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Rhythmdoctor

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@Hot Sauce Guy - From another thread in the Shark Pool, I discovered you make and sell hot sauce.  I'm excited to try some.  What would you suggest for me?  I don't like a lot of heat and usually prefer a little bit of a sweet kick.  I'm gonna order a few bottles but want your professional advice.

Link - https://lucky-dog-hot-sauce.myshopify.com

E2A: his website!

 
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@Hot Sauce Guy - From another thread in the Shark Pool, I discovered you make and sell hot sauce.  I'm excited to try some.  What would you suggest for me?  I don't like a lot of heat and usually prefer a little bit of a sweet kick.  I'm gonna order a few bottles but want your professional advice.
There is this thing called Private Messaging on the board.   Might be useful to look into.

 
So you don't want a fellow FBGer to get exposure for his hot sauce in the FREE FOR ALL forum?  Who pissed in your Cheerios?
You are asking for his personal advice.   If you want to pimp the sauce then pimp the sauce.  :shrug:

 
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@Hot Sauce Guy - From another thread in the Shark Pool, I discovered you make and sell hot sauce.  I'm excited to try some.  What would you suggest for me?  I don't like a lot of heat and usually prefer a little bit of a sweet kick.  I'm gonna order a few bottles but want your professional advice.
I'd recommend Green Label or Red Label. Both are fire-roasted pepper sauces, complex and layered and both very versatile. Red Label is a bit sweeter, and a medium heat sauce, while Green Label is milder and a little more tangy, but still has an undertone of sweetness. 

Thanks for your interest in Lucky Dog Hot Sauce!

:)

 
You are asking for his personal advice.   If you want to pimp the sauce then pimp the sauce.  :shrug:
Technically speaking he's asking for my professional advice. 

If it were a question about proctology, that would have been personal advice because I'm more of an amateur in that field.  :unsure:

 
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I'd recommend Green Label or Red Label. Both are fire-roasted pepper sauces, complex and layered and both very versatile. Red Label is a bit sweeter, and a medium heat sauce, while Green Label is milder and a little more tangy, but still has an undertone of sweetness. 

Thanks for your interest in Lucky Dog Hot Sauce!

:)
Yeah, the red label was the one I was eyeing before asking you.  My wife LOVES hot/spicy food so she's excited to take a look.  I'll be ordering two bottles in the next hour or so.

 
What's the hottest sauce you have? 
Black Label - I try to keep it classy. ;)  

It's an all-natural T.Scorpion sauce, so not a "stunt" sauce by any means. That said, it's respectably hot, and it's won 15 national awards in 4 years, 11 first place. Most recently it swept the XHot categories in TX at Zestfest (Golden Chiles for XHot & XHot Pepper Blend) and  won 1st for XHot Pepper Blend at the NY Hot Sauce Expo.

The important thing is that it tastes good.  :)  

 
Black Label - I try to keep it classy. ;)  

It's an all-natural T.Scorpion sauce, so not a "stunt" sauce by any means. That said, it's respectably hot, and it's won 15 national awards in 4 years, 11 first place. Most recently it swept the XHot categories in TX at Zestfest (Golden Chiles for XHot & XHot Pepper Blend) and  won 1st for XHot Pepper Blend at the NY Hot Sauce Expo.

The important thing is that it tastes good:)  
This is why I'm excited. I don't mind heat but it's the flavor that is important.  

I make a very basic hot sauce for chicken (wings or breast sandwiches) that tastes awesome and is simply this - Frank's Red Hot (original), butter, brown sugar and cayenne for added heat.  The flavor is awesome, it's a mild heat.  I'm sure Hot Sauce Guy is better at this than I am.

 
Wife picked 2 sauces: Year of the Dog and Pink Label.  I'm getting Red Label.

Order# 3862 confirmed!

 
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Wife picked 2 sauces: Year of the Dog and Pink Label.  I'm getting Red Label.

Order# 3862 confirmed!
Thank you! I'll get those out 1st thing Monday AM. Apologies for the slight delay, as I'm already on my way to setting up for the Eat Real festival in Oakland, CA (goes today, tomorrow & Sunday) 

But appreciate the support for sure! :yes:  

 
I'll let you know how they taste but I'm guessing his 75 or so awards in 5 years says more about his sauce than anything I'll say.
Wow!  That's quite a great track-record Rhythmdoctor.  He must really make some quality hot-sauce and hot-sauce accessories.

Say, Rhythmdoctor, how could I or the general public get our hands on such a high-quality hot sauce?  I bet it must cost a lot of money!  $100?  $1000?  One million dollars?!

 
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Thank you! I'll get those out 1st thing Monday AM. Apologies for the slight delay, as I'm already on my way to setting up for the Eat Real festival in Oakland, CA (goes today, tomorrow & Sunday) 

But appreciate the support for sure! :yes:  
Definitely, dude!  Wish I made the connection sooner.  I love food and I love condiments for my food.  I also like supporting cool people and you're nothing but excellent all the time on these boards, so you definitely deserve some love!

 
Thank you! I'll get those out 1st thing Monday AM. Apologies for the slight delay, as I'm already on my way to setting up for the Eat Real festival in Oakland, CA (goes today, tomorrow & Sunday) 

But appreciate the support for sure! :yes:  
Brown, Red, Black labels for me!

Order #3863

:devil:

 
I'll let you know how they taste but I'm guessing his 75 or so awards in 5 years says more about his sauce than anything I'll say.
Awards are great for marketing, and to establish credibility, but customer feedback is far more important. I've got something like 585 verified 5-star reviews from customers - that means the world to me.

The awards I'm most proud of are the Good Food Award (very difficult to even enter as you need a "clean" ingredients list); the NY Hot Sauce Expo "Screaming Mimis" since there are only 8-9 categories; and the 2017 CA Hot Sauce Expo "people's choice" - out of 40 of the top small batch sauce companies, the people chose Lucky Dog.  

They all look good on a table at the fiery foods festivals though. ;)  

 
Thank you! I'll get those out 1st thing Monday AM. Apologies for the slight delay, as I'm already on my way to setting up for the Eat Real festival in Oakland, CA (goes today, tomorrow & Sunday) 

But appreciate the support for sure! :yes:  
In this instant gratification world we live in, 3 days is unacceptable.  Just cancelled my order ;)

 
Wow!  That's quite a great track-record Rhythmdoctor.  He must really make some quality hot-sauce and hot-sauce accessories.

Say, Rhythmdoctor, how could I or the general public get our hands on such a high-quality hot sauce?  I bet it must cost a lot of money!  $100?  $1000?  One million dollars?!
:lol:  

 
Tri-tip marinade sounds heavenly.  
I've had several chefs contribute their favorite recipes (I really need to reformat that page, never enough time) - that tri tip marinade is my favorite of the bunch.

i usually use Purple Label + black pepper + bourbon. 24 hours then grill.  Simple and delicious. 

 

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