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Captain Caliente

Member Since 27 Sep 2018
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In Topic: Harvest

Yesterday, 06:54 PM

Try hot vinegar or maybe a Indian type chutney made with green supers. According to what ive read its pretty common to use some green in India. They do make an interesting hot vinegar for bean dishes or to kick up the heat in other milder hot vinegars.

Hell yes it is worth it.

In Topic: Harvest

Yesterday, 06:48 PM

Great harvest today. Loving every minute of it.Attached File  9833DB39-B52A-4CA4-A4FD-46B0E709B9A7.jpeg   103.63KB   10 downloads

In Topic: Selling Your Hot Sauce Legally

15 October 2018 - 03:18 PM

In Florida I had to go through the Department of Agriculture to get the Food Safety Permit. And it took a minute and about 4 people to get to the bottom of what was necessary. But if they are ones permitting, then it has to be their way. It's your best bet. Every state seems to have different regulations. Good luck with your venture and your dreams.

In Topic: Rate my label

15 October 2018 - 03:15 PM

As others have exclaimed thank you for your service sir.


I like "Semper Fire" sauce. Cool concept.


Then you could definitely play with some fire. All around the logo etc... Maybe even a flag made of hot peppers for the shapes on it?



In Topic: Captain Caliente sauces review

15 October 2018 - 07:12 AM

the green go and original look exactly the same based on the ingredients too. Is the only difference that one is green jalapeno and one is red jalapeno?


Hey Edmick, there are a few differences between the two. The Green-Go has a bit more honey. It is the same peppers, but green. And the way the sauce is blended. It has a much more chunky feel to it. It is not as broken down as The Original. We wanted The Original to have a different texture. Much more smooth and silky. So we used a different blender for it.


But all in all, these sauces are basically the same. The Green-Go has a much more tempered heat. And, there is a slight difference in flavor between mature superhots and immature superhots. I didn't realize it before the final products. But now I can taste the difference. Pretty interesting.