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Cha! by Texas Pete Hot Sauce Review

5.25 Reviews

Editor's Review

This medium heat sauce is thick and hearty.
7 Taste
4 Heat
5 Smell
5 Appearance

One of my favorite snacks is deli style roast beef, individually rolled up and dipped in sriracha sauce. Oh man, it’s hard to beat that! But what is hard is finding the right Sriracha to dip it in.

Folks, I give you, “Cha!”, Texas Pete’s version of sriracha sauce. Now as you may know, sriracha sauce has gone wild with a vast worldwide following, and TexasPete has stepped up and delivered a quality product.

“Embrace your “Cha!ddiction” is Texas Pete language for indulging in this sweet and spicy paste. This medium heat sauce is thick and hearty. And with each bite, the mix of sweet, spicy, and bitter, keeps you coming back for more.

Red chile, sugar, garlic, salt, and vinegar are the flavor components inside “Cha!”.  Stand-alone taste testing revealed achievement in which you can literally taste every item on the ingredient list (with the exception of the preservative). Many sauces boast unique ingredients that look interesting, though in the end, prove pointless since that flavor is indistinguishable on the pallet. Tangy and rich goodness can be found here.

The sauce smells like jalapeno ketchup with a hint of garlic mixed in.

I have only one complaint about this sauce, which is the use of Potassium Sorbate. All my readers know that freedom from preservatives and anything artificial is the way I like it.

“Cha!” is very different from the original Texas Pete hot sauce, but it was a good transition. In my opinion this sauce has succeeded. Not the most unique of sriracha, but definitely a upcoming classic to keep in your fridge.

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