Farmer’s Daughter Fig & Habanero Pepper Jelly is more of a sauce or glaze rather than a coagulated jelly.
Taste & Smell: You can immediately smell the habaneros but then you get a big hit of that sweet fig, I also get hints of cinnamon. Rich caramel with hints of maple syrup and toasty undertones.
Heat Level: This sauce has a respectable level of heat, but it’s not too overpowering, which allows you to fully enjoy the delicious flavor. The heat is a slower build.
Uses: You can use this just about any where you’d like to add some sweet heat. Great drizzled over cheese, ice cream or just about any dessert. Can also be used as a marinade or slathered on barbecued chicken or pork.
Flavor: 9/10 – Heat: 2/10
Since heat tolerance is subjective, I consider Sriracha to be a 3/10, which can be pretty spicy to some.
Ingredients: Sugar, Figs, Apple Cider Vinegar, Habanero Peppers, Lemon Juice, Lemons, Spices.
About: In 2005, while working at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s Horticulture Department, Primo developed the “7 Pot Primo”, arguably (and controversially) the hottest pepper in the world! At an average face-melting 1.5 million Scoville heat units, one 7 Pot Primo pepper is 300 times hotter than a Jalapeño! Over the years, Primo’s pepper creations have gained worldwide notoriety and an international cult following.
In 2012, with a passion for heat and a dedication to preserving time-honored traditions, Primo and his wife, Kara, created Primo’s Peppers LLC. Together their hot pepper products, made with quality, natural ingredients, are a complex combination of both sweet and heat. Thus far, the Primo’s have accumulated numerous peoples choice and industry awards for their ultra-hot, Cajun-inspired “Swampadelic Sauce” and “The Farmer’s Daughter Hot Pepper Jellies.”
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