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Jim Thompson
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Lesser Known Bottled Hot Sauces from Acadiana
We've got a cupboard full of hot sauces from New Orleans and Acadiana but surely there's a few that we've missed.

What are y'all's favorite Cajun hot sauces that may be escaping our attention?

Thanks.


LoneStarRanger
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re: Lesser Known Bottled Hot Sauces from Acadiana
Not Acadiana, but Panola is pretty darn good. It's not available outside of Louisiana, so I'm guessing it would be classified as lesser-known.


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re: Lesser Known Bottled Hot Sauces from Acadiana
This is weird to say but Tobasco is the most criminally underrated hot sauce in the world. There’s really no comparison. No hot sauce in the world is as complex and full of character as tobasco sauce because no one else ages their sauce oak barrels for three years(!).

Do a blind taste test if you don’t believe me. Don’t let its mass appeal fool you into thinking it’s mediocre. To the contrary, Tobasco sauce is incredible.



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re: Lesser Known Bottled Hot Sauces from Acadiana
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Cold Drink
agree to disagree


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re: Lesser Known Bottled Hot Sauces from Acadiana
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Tobasco


Is this an copycat of Tabasco?


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Jim Thompson
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re: Lesser Known Bottled Hot Sauces from Acadiana
Is Tabasco not unbearably salty? I love their program and they've been around forever but the salinity of their sauce throws me off.


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re: Lesser Known Bottled Hot Sauces from Acadiana
Louisiana Gold Green Sauce is my favorite. Formerly made by Bruce Foods, but pretty sure it's been bought out. Still made in Cade, I think.


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re: Lesser Known Bottled Hot Sauces from Acadiana
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Is Tabasco not unbearably salty? I love their program and they've been around forever but the salinity of their sauce throws me off.


Regular Tabasco has lower sodium than many other hot sauces. A teaspoon has 35mg, a lot of the others I've seen have 120-200. It does seem more vinegary though, maybe that's what you're thinking of?
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This is weird to say but Tabasco is the most criminally overrated hot sauce in the world.


FIFY

ETA I’m a Crystal man.
This post was edited on 2/15 at 10:25 pm


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re: Lesser Known Bottled Hot Sauces from Acadiana
How long have you worked for Tabasco?


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Sarcasm I hope?


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re: Lesser Known Bottled Hot Sauces from Acadiana
Anything from Cajun Power, made in Abbeville, LA


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re: Lesser Known Bottled Hot Sauces from Acadiana
I'm a Tabasco guy as well, but then again I love vinegar.


Moe Betta
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re: Lesser Known Bottled Hot Sauces from Acadiana
Crystal


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Twenty 49
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re: Lesser Known Bottled Hot Sauces from Acadiana
Someone gave me a container of salt that spent a few years on top of a Tabasco aging barrel. It is permeated with sauce. Makes a neat seasoning.


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Jim Thompson
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re: Lesser Known Bottled Hot Sauces from Acadiana
Their worcestershire is solid gold


Jim Thompson
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re: Lesser Known Bottled Hot Sauces from Acadiana
If y'all are ever up around Mamou drop into T-Boys and pick up some of his hot sauces. They're really good, and he also has a line of powdered seasonings that are dynamite.


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ndtiger
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re: Lesser Known Bottled Hot Sauces from Acadiana
The hot sauce from Angola is pretty good


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re: Lesser Known Bottled Hot Sauces from Acadiana
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The hot sauce from Angola is pretty good

So good it oughta be criminal!


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