Scorned Woman Hot Sauce (5 FL.OZ. / 148 ml):From Hotlanta, GA comes this wicked woman. The Scarlett O'Hara of hot sauce. This is the sauce that started the Legend of Scorned Woman. The worlds most flavorful hot, hot sauce. An award winning habanero sauce that is not for the faint of heart. And please try our other hot sauces.
Ingredients: Vinegar, Water, Peppers, Lemon Juice Concentrate, Salt, Black Pepper, Natural Flavors, Xanthan Gum, Potassium Sorbate and Sodium Benzoate.
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Big flavor, nice heat.
Posted by Boris on 2020 Mar 15th
A lot of flavor and not so hot that it's overpowering. I Love this sauce and buy it by the case to share with family and friends. Much better than a lot of sauces that just taste like hot vinegar.
scorn woman hot sauce
Posted by BARB on 2017 Apr 3rd
AWSOME - GREAT FLAVOR AND JUST THE RIGHT AMOUNT OF HEAT
Add this one to the stable
Posted by moonbr on 2016 Dec 15th
Great tasting sauce, pretty spicy but not overwhelming. Very different taste from a traditional red sauce so good for switching things up. I like it on all sorts of things, but especially seafood. Perfect complement to a salmon burger.
Great kick and flavor
Posted by Anonymous on 2015 Oct 25th
Only drawback to this sauce is that bottle has large opening, males difficult, but that's no big worry. Great flavor, packs a good kick.
Posted by Adam on 2014 Oct 9th
Scorned Woman - just tried this one last night. It's hotter than I realized and caught me a bit by surprise. I think it has an almost smokey flavor so I wonder if it has chipolte in it? Not sure. It's a fitting name haha! Totally snuck up on me.
Posted by Paul on 2014 May 18th
If you have not tried this sauce you do not know what you are missing. Enchiladas, tacos, hamburger and noodles, burgers, chicken, eggs, wings, chili. It is the perfect sauce. Just a few drops to make meal delicious. I too bought my first bottle in New Orleans
The World's Greatest Hot Sauce.
Posted by Rosco Pico on 2014 Feb 7th
"The Woman" brings the heat of habanero, but does so as an accent to the flavor of black pepper. It is great on eggs, sandwiches, burgers, soups, wings, donuts, chewing gum, jelly beans, barbecue, whatever. It improved my golf swing, decreased my mortgage interest rate, cured my erectile dysfunction, and my hair is growing back! You are a special kind of stupid if you do not recognize this sauce as the greatest in the world.
Posted by Anonymous on 2013 Nov 9th
I really like this hot sauce. I first bought it in New Orleans and was glad to see it on Hot Sauce Stop for a reasonable price. It is fairly hot - not blistering, complex and the black pepper adds a nice depth. I generally do not like extremely sour and thin sauces and this is not one.
A True Original!
Posted by juanblanco on 2013 Apr 7th
Basic Tastes are Habanero and Black Pepper. An essential for my Hot Wing Sauce. Try it yourself: Add 1 Tbsp Scorned Woman (Original recipe) to 1 Cup Texas Pete Hot Wing Sauce, stir well and microwave for 30 seconds. Toss on hot crispy wings. The combination of sauces is El Ultimo! It's All Flavor up front, then the burn eases in after the second or third wing. Leftover wings after a night in the fridge are awesome, too. Serve with potato salad to cool the flames and regular potato chips (just 'cause it works), and of course, your favorite Mexican Amber Beer. Also, add a dash instead of Tabasco Sauce in a Bloody Mary - "El Diablo, que uno picante mujer!".