Hoss Soss: Bi-Bim Hot Sauce Review (Review in Comments as well)

Hoss Soss: Bi-Bim Hot Sauce Review (Review in Comments as well)

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  • Posted: October 11, 2018 12:00

    foolshonor

    Check out my Instagram [@hotsaucereviews](https://www.instagram.com/hotsaucereviews/) for more reviews! [https://www.hosssoss.com/](https://www.hosssoss.com/) Title: Bi-Bim Company: Hoss Soss Description: Enjoy the exotic sweet and bold Korean flavors of toasted sesame, lime, fish sauce, and rice wine vinegar with a lick of red chili pepper heat! Pour Bi-Bim Soss on everything from global fusion to scrambled eggs to leftover pizza because everything tastes better with Soss. Ingredients: Water, Soybean Oil, Sugar, Tamari Soy Sauce, Fish Sauce, Red Pepper Powder, Toasted Sesame Oil, Garlic, Rice Wine Vinegar, Cayenne Pepper, Lime Puree, Xanthan Gum. Smell: The initial smell out of the bottle instantly transports you to thinking Asian cuisine. The first thing I smell upfront is the fish sauce, as it brings out the classic aroma of anchovy while afterwards you get a very salty aroma coming from the soybean oil and tamari soy sauce. In the middle ground I begin to pick up notes of the Cayenne pepper and pepper powder as well as the sesame oil and garlic as they all morph together. The background features the rice wine vinegar adding a solid tanginess that compliments the lime. Pour: The sauce itself has a syrup consistency mostly coming from the different liquids being mixed with the Xanthan gum which thickens it. Taste: This sauce is without a doubt interesting. The way the sauce coats your mouth is very neat. First off, the first thing you taste is this sweetness coming from the sugar, sesame and soybean, but then you get transferred to a salty and fishy flavor profile that really shines on Korean cuisine. The cayenne and red chili pepper work in conjunction and add a gentle amount of heat to add to the flavors of the Korean-inspired “soss”. The Rice Wine Vinegar is noticeable but not overwhelming why the lime puree adds a touch of citrus sour notes, while the garlic overall balances the sauce. This sauce would be great on Asian dishes, as well as on fusion food. I would give this a solid 7.5/10 on flavor. Heat: This sauce could be enjoyed by anyone, as the heat is very mild and will only give you a light tingle. I would give this a 1/10 on heat.