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#1 Greenguru

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Posted 07 January 2018 - 02:28 PM

 
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Aggravated Assault
 
 Some small traces of heat with predominant apple cider vinegar,tomato,salt,onion flavor another One to really fall in love with..great on chips,salads,fajitas,tacos,Quesadillas,egg omelets.again the traditional vinegar base sauces from the Carolina states and very Chuggable,also very versatile Sauce
Thanks again Reggie ........AKA Warrantman

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Posted 07 January 2018 - 08:47 PM

Greenguru,

 

Expressions coming here in this forum, from folks such as yourself (who know the craft) give me great hope that one day I can lay down badge/gun, exit the rat race alive and do in earnest something I really love and enjoy. 

 

Thanks for giving me a bit of your time as well as some inspiration.

 

- Reggie


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Posted 08 April 2018 - 08:11 AM

Finally opened my bottle of Aggravated Assault.

 

It had settled and had to shake to remix....easy peasy.

 

Tried to put on tacos via the plastic reducer.....just tiny amounts of liquid would come out, but the ingredients were to large to exit the orifice...easy peasy, pop off the reducer.

 

Now down to the sauce....Good flavor...first taste was vinegar, then garlic...then salt.  good meld of flavors, heat is on point.

 

Scale 1-10 ten being HOTT, I would give it a 3.5 - 4.

 

I went through a half bottle on 4 street sized tacos....very good overall, but the more I used the stronger the salt began to overpower the taco ingredients.

 

 

Great sauce, great packaging, would be a really good daily sauce for just about anything needing a little zip.

 

Well done Reggie, and thanks again for the sauce.  :dance:



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Posted 02 March 2019 - 02:17 PM

My friend Reggie gifted me an assortment, I assume his entire line.

I really like every one that we opened, though Clearly Guilty and Arson are both unopen and on display. I've NEVER had a condiment that became such a conversation piece, these two are a first.

All that gibberish aside, I agree with both commentaries above. That being said I'm about to go order a number of bottles of the Assault, only one reason suffices:

Out of the dozen-odd hotsauces bottles in our fridge. It's the one we emptied.

Really good stuff, Reggie. Worthy of great success....

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#5 luvmesump3pp3rz

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Posted 02 March 2019 - 03:21 PM

My friend Reggie gifted me an assortment, I assume his entire line.

I really like every one that we opened, though Clearly Guilty and Arson are both unopen and on display. I've NEVER had a condiment that became such a conversation piece, these two are a first.

All that gibberish aside, I agree with both commentaries above. That being said I'm about to go order a number of bottles of the Assault, only one reason suffices:

Out of the dozen-odd hotsauces bottles in our fridge. It's the one we emptied.

Really good stuff, Reggie. Worthy of great success....

same here, i`ve opened 3 bottles so far and they are nearly gone. i use the sauces on almost anything that needs some heat. my wife can`t tolerate any heat so everything she cooks has no heat and these sauces are perfect for spicing up my plate. none of the sauces are extremely hot, they are very balanced in flavor and heat. Reggie did a great job creating these and the branding and packaging is so unique and interesting! cheers.  :cheers:



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Posted 02 March 2019 - 07:59 PM

Thank you to all! It truly means much to me, coming from this "THP community."  True connoisseurs and practicers of the capsicum craft.

 

The first ever published review of this sauce (or any of my sauces) was a video done right here in 2017 by Edmick in Southern California. I was only weeks out of the gate as a true certified, sanctified, licensed, insured and bonded small hot sauce company.   His review is here   http://thehotpepper....t-sauce-review/

 

I was then, as I am now, grateful for the kind words.

 

I've not had the pleasure to actually "meet" anyone here, look them in the eye and shake their hand. Maybe one day...  ;)  But know in all sincerity, that your words carry weight beyond my measure. This is for me, the culmination of a dream.

 

I'm learning "as I go" in the business sense. Happen what may, I measure my success right here. If I can pass the tests with you guys/gals, I can surely take on the masses!  Reckon we'll see!

 

Thanks again and cheers  :cheers:


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Posted 19 April 2019 - 09:38 AM

No greater compliment (with benefit$) can be paid than to become a customer.

We love trying new and different sauces and flavors, but everyone has their "ketchup". This Aggravated Assault has become mine. We have upwards of a dozen hotsauces in the fridge at any given time. Like I said above, this is the one I empty.

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Thanks again, Reggie, great product!

Time to go fry some eggs!

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Posted 24 April 2019 - 02:37 PM

I just got my assortment from the Warrant Man and I've only tried the aggravated assault so far.  Makes an excellent wing sauce on its own, I will be ordering more



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Posted 09 July 2019 - 07:41 PM

No greater compliment (with benefit$) can be paid than to become a customer.

We love trying new and different sauces and flavors, but everyone has their "ketchup". This Aggravated Assault has become mine. We have upwards of a dozen hotsauces in the fridge at any given time. Like I said above, this is the one I empty.

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Thanks again, Reggie, great product!

Time to go fry some eggs!

 when I opened my package from warrantmanpepperco man I thought they finely found me all these years on the lamb.



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Posted 09 July 2019 - 07:43 PM

:lol:

 

Did you sweep for bugs??? ;)



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Posted 09 July 2019 - 08:02 PM

Also, its ON THE LAM unless you meant something else :rofl:



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Posted 09 July 2019 - 08:17 PM

All part of a massive government surveillance program called "Operation Crushed Pepper."  I will hunt you, I will find you... haha  :cheers:

 

Thanks again to all for the kind words and props!

 

Reggie


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Posted 09 July 2019 - 08:42 PM

Also, its ON THE LAM unless you meant something else :rofl:

 

 

 

ok thanks, guess in pretty hungry too, not way my great great uncle talked about it, LOL 



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Posted 11 July 2019 - 04:04 AM


A wise man never  argues with a skunk, a mule, or a cook.

 






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