Foo Foo Mama Choo is an assortment of spices combined with the secrets of the Far West to the valleys of the South East. You will enjoy the savory sweet taste of the roasted peppers, tomatoes, garlic complimented by a snap of fresh ginger. Bam! Your body, mind and soul are engulfed by scorching heat and the floral taste of the hottest pepper in the world, The Smokin’ Ed’s Carolina Reaper. Mystery Solved. This is the sauce when you want extreme heat with that wonderful flavor. Steve Seabury has done it again. His High River Sauces just keep getting better and better! Yesterday, (03/30/14) I took the Long Island railroad into into Manhattan to his 2nd New York City Hot Sauce Expo. That was the first time I got to taste Steve’s newest concoction, Foo Foo Mama Choo. He told me the flavors combine extremely well and the heat of Smokin’ Ed Currie’s Carolina Reaper really hits you. After this sauce hit my pallet I knew what he was talking about. The rice wine vinegar, brown sugar ginger and fire roasted tomatoes mix perfectly the Reaper.My favorite hot sauce this year for sure. The Carolina Reaper has its own distinct taste which differs from the other Trinidad Scorpion Pepper strains. They have been in the news lately with Smokin’ Ed’s Carolina Reaper seen in the L.A Times and many television shows. I met Ed Currie at the expo and told him personally the Carolina Reaper was instrumental in the making of Foo Foo Mama Choo. He said he has tens of thousands of Carolina Reaper plants and his business has more than boomed. The demand for this pepper is tremendous and should help Foo Foo Mama Choo become a staple on every hot sauce shelf in all the kitchens of the top chefs.
Roasted Red Peppers, (Roasted peppers, Water, Salt, Citric Acid), Fire Roasted Tomatoes, (Vine Ripened Tomatoes, Tomato Juice, Salt, Citric Acid), Rice Wine Vinegar, Carolina Reaper Peppers, Onions, Brown Sugar, Garlic, Soy Sauce, Ginger Root, Salt, White Pepper, Secret Herbs & Spices.
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