How Hot is Hot?

It depends on what you mean by “hot.” There’s hot in the nose and then there’s hot in the mouth.

Horseradish hot grabs you in the sinuses but then the brain numbing sensation goes away quickly. Best example of that is the new batch of Hit & Run Excruciatingly Painful Brown Horseradish Mustard (HNR100). We prefer to use the term “strong” to refer to that quality.

Then there’s the heat that comes with peppers, a sensation that lingers in the mouth and throat. We will call that “hot” and the best examples of that are the scorchers Jolokia Mustard (JLK100) and Galena Cellars 911 Spicy Hot Mustard (GAL101).

Order and consume at your own risk…

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