Spiciness isn’t a flavour, not like sweet or sour - it’s just the result of the activation of pain receptors in the body. The chemical that causes the spiciness in chilli peppers is capsaicin, which is what creates the burning sensation when eaten. Your body actually views capsaicin as an offensive substance which needs to be immediately flushed out. Capsaicin latches on to pain receptors in the nose, mouth, and skin, which are normally only activated in the presence of heat.
richardflarehughes Welcome to my family of hot sauces @johnnyhexburgI tasted most of their range at the food market by Granger Bay and let me tell you these are some of the finest hot sauces you will ever find! Packed with flavour and a big punch!! #hotsaucelover #hotsauce#johnnyhexburg #chilli #yellowferrari#hotones #flavourgame#fortheloveofhotsauce
chilliinthenameof 2/2 These are the next 14 episodes of #chilliinthenameofincluding products from in order:
- @crowleyshotsauce - @changzhotsauce - @hot_chilli_mama- @marysol_hs (one product not shown)
- @adoboloco , @hoffandpepper and @torchbearersauces courtesy of @lesliez
And in there somewhere I’ll be roadtesting @melbournehotsauce’s limited edition MCEC2019 sauce too!