- Caution: This Sauce is extremely hot. Avoid Contact with eyes and sensitive areas
Ok, but far from the best
Endorphin Rush is an intense sauce, but it’s not one of the better ones. It’s ultra hot, but unlike it’s contemporaries (such as Blair’s Jersey Death or 357 Mad Dog), the tongue’s trip to Hell is short lasted. The heat doesn’t linger as it does with most other hot sauces, almost as if the Endorphin Rush heat factor is an employee being paid for a few meager seconds before punching out and leaving. Intense, but not malicious.
As for flavor, this is where Endorphin Rush drives off a cliff. There is no flavor. It tastes like hot and nothing more (which is a problem I have with Dave’s Insanity as well, although even Dave’s is tastier than this Tie Dyed stuff). Other sauces which bludgeon Endorphin Rush in the heat department can also succeed in adding a deep and complex flavor to their burn.
Hotter and better sauces include: Blair’s Mega Death, Dave’s Ultimate Insanity, Blair’s Jersey Death, Black Widow, and 357 Mad Dog. Go for them Instead.
BTW, I don’t ever remember giving this item 4 stars. I’d give it either 2 or maybe 3, so disregard the 4 stars. GRRR!
Really hot and an awesome sweet flavor. I LOVE IT!!!
Wasabi times 100
Great taste, not too spicy
Good for Beginner or Novice Chili Heads
The taste leaves a lot to be desired – it’s pastey and you taste more soy than tomoato or pepper or vinegar. This sauce is probably best for sandwiches – I wouldn’t use it on much else.
I recommend this sauce to begineers or novices who are just starting to experiment with real heat. This sauce will bring that heat without being as ruthless as some of the other brands (Dave’s and Blair’s come to mind). If you love soy sauce, you’ll probably like this product as well.