The 10 hottest sauces in the US

Hot sauce has been a major part of man’s eating habits since the dawn of time, when Cro-Magnon men looked at their meals of seeds, roots, nuts, and mammoth meat, didn’t put hot sauce on them, and then subsequently died off — replaced by better-looking, cooler humans who did. So, to celebrate those more handsome, smarter humans, we decided to taste-test and rank the 10 most popular hot sauces in the US. Each sauce was judged on texture, taste, spice, heat, and “how badly we wanted to put it on everything”. So if you are curious to know which one won the “contest”, here you go, enjoy the 10 hottest sauces in the US. And don’t complain about them being really, but really hot: we did warn you!

10. Valentina Salsa Picante - 1973 (it has been made in Guadalajara from a pure combo of peppers, vinegar, salt, spices, and water for over 40yrs)

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