reviews, Tabasco Family Reserve

I grew up on regular Tabasco. Spike insisted we always had it.

I knew they’d branched out over the years but only recently tried a few of the newer styles.

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The Family Reserve, however, I will go so far as to say that I would NEVER pay $30 for a bottle of Tabasco. I don’t care if the peppers are watered by the tears of virgins.

That said, I got this bottle free.

Lily Says: It is noticeably tastier.

And I won’t purchase it for the Cheap Bastard that I am but if I receive it free again, I will happily reach for it over regular.

If you have $30 to spend on good pepper sauce, I hope you like it as much as I do!

I am not a great connoisseur of pepper sauces, as stated. I spend my first 40 years using the one. So take that for a grain of salt, some pepper and vinaigre. -HAR Your pepper sauce ingredients. It’s all about the quality of the pepper!

4 thoughts on “reviews, Tabasco Family Reserve

  1. Texas Pete is big around here, as it is made in Winston-Salem, which is 25 miles from where I live. I’ve not idea how it stands up to Tobasco since, being the wimp I am, have never had any hot pepper sauce.

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    • Tabasco isn’t more popular here (that I know of) from whoever else. I just know what we had:)

      They have vastly less hot sauces in their line now but if you don’t like anything like that, kinda pointless to try!

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  2. I am a big fan of Texas Pete, having gotten a taste for it when I lived in North Carolina, too. It’s perfect on NC barbecue. Cholula is very popular here in SoCal, but we also have a bottle of Tabasco too. They’re all different in flavor and viscosity and so go better/worse with a given dish.

    That said, I don’t think I could ever shell out $30 for a hot sauce. Virgin tears or no.

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    • I’ve done reviews comparing their green and chipotle versions but they also make a few more, the only other of which I tried was Buffalo and it was tasty.

      I truly wouldn’t turn my nose up at others but have zero interest in trying. Regular Tabasco is the Reed Standard!

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