Barbeque, that was my first thought when I tasted this sauce, specifically Carolina style barbeque.
This medium/low heat hot sauce uses red peppers, I’m guessing jalapenos, to spice things up. Also, a less common ingredient for typical hot sauce is used here, brown sugar. It gives a sweet smelling aroma and taste. So, once you add vinegar, you basically have a good tasting Carolina BBQ sauce.
With that said, this limits the range of food you can add this too and expect maximum flavor experience. Chips, tacos, greens, and eggs would poorly express this sauce’s flavor. So if you want a good experience, add it to chicken wings, pork ribs or even beef brisket. This makes sense obviously, seeing that Hooters restaurants are famous for their wings… among other things.
The sauce is all natural, and it was purchased for five dollars, very reasonable. So to conclude, this sauce was very good tasting, just as long as you use it on the right kind of food.