Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Beaver Brand Horseradish Sauce: Extra Hot Means Extra Hot

The staff recently opened up a bottle of Beaver brand horseradish here in the FPT test kitchens labeled as "extra hot". We were looking not only for overall quality but how they define extra hot as well. Beaver brand nailed their claim. This sauce is not only of great quality but actually extra hot as well. You can also get this in a normal hot variety as well. Upon further research we found this company makes a whole bunch of sauces - which we plan on trying one by one. If anyone is familair with any of these please email us with your experience/review:
  • Coney Island Hot Dog Mustard
  • Cranberry Mustard
  • Cream Horseradish
  • Deli Horseradish
  • Deli Mustard
  • Dijon Mustard
  • Honey Mustard
  • Honey Mustard Mayonnaise
  • Jalepeno Mustard
  • Seafood Cocktail Sauce
  • Seafood Tartar Sauce
  • Spicy Stone Ground Mustard
  • Sweet Hot Mustard
  • Wasabi Horseradish
  • Yellow - American Picnic Mustard
  • Chinese Hot Mustard
  • Dijon Garlic Mustard
  • Dusseldorf Mustard
  • Extra Hot Horseradish
  • Ground Garlic Cloves*
  • Hawaiian Pineapple Mustard
  • Horseradish Dijon Mustard
  • Kosher Beet Horseradish*
  • Kosher Hot Horseradish
  • Maui Onion Mustard
  • Olde English Hot Mustard
  • Russian Mustard
  • Wasabi Mustard
  • Wasabi Powder
  • Whipped Horseradish


etathed said...

Wow, that is an impressive list. I love the the Horsey Sauce from arby's, and have never found a store bought horseradish sauce that compares.

I like hosey sauce on slami sandwiches.... GD.

Rudy said...

I like it HOT HOT HOT

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William said...

I absolutely love the Russian. This isn't the squeeze bottle brand lable Sweet Hot you see at you local supermarket. It is "wasabi clear you sinus hot", but with the perfect amount of sweet to go with ham, or a good brat!
I have no idea why they call it Russian, but it is my fave mustard.

They sell it by the case of 12-4oz jars and it last us about 1 year. Their website isn't very helpful for an internet order. You have to download an order form and fax it to them with your CC info or call them. Obviously I call them.

Anonymous said...

The Jalepeno Mustard is the best condiment I've ever had... it's soooo good. I want to try the others.