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Got my HAHA hot sauce last week. Last night tried it out. Its hot and sweet. I love the reaper pepper. It may be hot but its not a painful heat like some peppers. aka the reaper seems to have a delayed heat that burns hot then goes out but because its so tasty you go back for more and the cycle continues. I have grown reapers in my garden and have never made hot sauce with them as I am a pepper jelly type of guy. (pepper jelly on a cracker with cream cheese). For fans of Hot Ones I would put this near the upper end for heat but I would say its more of a middle for flavor and taste which is just about perfect. Well done @yatescomedy you have made a winner and gained a fan.

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Proof I'm under surveillance. Although my language is nowhere near this flowery.

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