View Poll Results: which is the best tabasco type

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  • classic

    10 52.63%
  • smoked

    3 15.79%
  • green

    0 0%
  • gralic

    2 10.53%
  • extra spicy (jamican)

    3 15.79%
  • buffalo

    1 5.26%
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Thread: the best tabasco is?

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    Default the best tabasco is?

    tell us what in YOUR taste is the best tabasco todate?
    Last edited by babyyoni; 29-Aug-2013 at 19:55.

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    The best tabaco is what I don't smoke. I tryed to stop, next time... Hope I'd able to resist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyyoni View Post
    tell us what in YOUR teast is the best tabsco todate?
    Did you meant Tabasco sauce? I voted for garlic.

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    IF you are indeed referring to TABASCO... then the jamaican.

    On the other hand I do NOT know what TABSCO is...

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    There is no best tobasco. I wanna vote for black and cayenne peppers. *writes in her vote*

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    i mix them all together into one big bottle and call it "Leppard Tabasco"

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyyoni View Post
    ...YOUR teast...
    I'm not much of a spelling or grammar nazi, I've come to peace with this language being butchered (even by me on occasion), but I have to comment when communication simply fails. I got the rest of the request thanks to the kind translation of others, but I have no idea what 'teast' is... I keep reading it as 'teats' and immediately lose my train of thought.

    As for the original question, I haven't had Tabasco sauce in a long while, I've been spoiled by the cheap mainstream success and overwhelming quantities provided by Frank's Red Hot. I think when last I had it, I only had the normal run of the mill variety that you think of when Tabasco comes to mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hobbes View Post
    I'm not much of a spelling or grammar nazi, I've come to peace with this language being butchered (even by me on occasion), but I have to comment when communication simply fails. I got the rest of the request thanks to the kind translation of others, but I have no idea what 'teast' is... I keep reading it as 'teats' and immediately lose my train of thought.

    As for the original question, I haven't had Tabasco sauce in a long while, I've been spoiled by the cheap mainstream success and overwhelming quantities provided by Frank's Red Hot. I think when last I had it, I only had the normal run of the mill variety that you think of when Tabasco comes to mind.
    It is taste.I too have a grammar problem and need to look for the right spelling daily. Many of us spell it the way it sounds to us.

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    About spelling: I'm FAR from being a "grammar nazi"... but there's this little neat trick called spell checker - these days integrated into every major browser... mostly on "automatic" mode, red-lining anything it doesn't deem to be correct.

    And yes the OP's posting was a bit on the deft side of typing errors (teast, tabsco,...)

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