To my embarrassment, I've been slow in trying D3Monic's sauces. Not for lack of respect mind you, but so many other variables. I've a great collection of sauces and since my involvement here on THP, I've acquired so many more. So I show'em off a bit before I eat them.
The one I have tried, only since Christmas, was the Sweet Thai. I assume it was made for oriental dishes, but for me it has been slamming with summer sausages and other such charcuteries. He could call it anything he wants, but the sweetness is there, the consistency perfect and the "heat" is spot on. Just right. Prosciutto, Sopressata, cream cheese... this sauce nails it perfectly. Any hotter and it would be beyond my threshold. But, to me, as it is - "dead on" in both heat and flavor.
I'm no professional reviewer nor food critic, but in simplest terms would give it "two thumbs up." Especially for the uses I describe.
Being a commercial hot sauce maker, it may seem to some counterintuitive to give credence to anyone else, but in my business model - I truly wish success for all. It's a big market.
Having tried this sauce and damn near emptied the bottle, I would "buy" it again. Although in this case it was a "gift." I will in due time try the others.
Sorry for such late response. In complete seriousness, this Sweet Thai is a good product. (You know this already, but it never hurts hearing from an independent source.) Thanks for sharing.