2017- Brown Fatalii,Datil,Bahamian Goat,MOA's, Bishops Crown, Brazalian Starfish, Aji Pineapple,lemon,amirillo,Dong Xuan, and several other Aji's, Jamaican Hot Chocolate,Red Savina,Brown Moruga,Choc Bhutlah, Jalapeno, Serrano, Bell varieties from Middle East, Red, Orange and yellow Rocoto varieties, Habanero De Arbol
Wow, listen folks. I had no intention of getting into a debate with the moderators or administrators of this forum. I tell you, my heart is all about the heat. All about the flavor behind the heat. I love hot peppers. I've grown and am growing some of the most incredible peppers in the world. I only intended to get involved with the community and start to bond with my fellow Chileheads. But you are taking this on a sour road. Based on your responses, there is no question that my sauce would beat anything you are putting out there in a taste test. I have no doubt. Your logic is delusional. You are making the case that water does not cut the flavor of...anything. It's just ridiculous. Take a gallon of fresh squeezed orange juice. Oranges you've picked right off of the tree. Then add a gallon of water to the orange juice. Tell me the flavor does not change. It does. And only a con artist would tell you it doesn't. I'm sure all of you make delicious hot sauces. And I'm sure you all are happy with your end product. But don't tell me that I have no idea what I'm talking about. I do.
In the end, I'm just a fellow hot pepper nut. We should not be at odds my friends. We should be celebrating together the beauty of these incredible gifts that God has bestowed upon us in regard to chile peppers. So we have different philosophies. Please do not disparage me for mine. I will not disparage you for yours. We just see things differently.
Logical fallacy as the correct comparison would be to extract the juice from peppers so its 100% pepper juice like the orange juice.
Hot sauce is not a comparison to orange juice. Pepper extract is the correct comparison to 100% orange juice.
FYI many who have posted here are in the hot Sauce business and experts in their field and recipe's and the manufacturing process of hot sauce from growing peppers to its final product bottled.
I have the freshroast SR500 but I find it roasts to fast for me so I bought the Nesco coffee roaster which takes 15 minutes to city roast instead of 5-6 minutes on the SR500. The Nesco also has an agitator besides the heat to mix the beans so they do not scorch at the beginning of the roast unlike the sr500. The coffee is tasting much better as it takes more time to develop. If I'm not 100 % satisfied with this roaster over the next 2 months I'm biting the bullet and buying the Behmor 1600 Plus.