I didn't know about Louisiana Hot Sauce.
I knew about Trappey's Louisiana Hot Sauce, which Mary hooked me on back at Cafe Nola. On a few occasions, between the breakfast and lunch rush, she would make me an over-easy egg sprinkled with some chopped fresh parsley and doused with Trappey's. The colors were enough to make it a beautiful thing, but the Trappey's! Oh the Trappey's!
For some reason I cannot find Trappey's in Chicago. It's one of the condiments I stock up on when we're in Seattle (go figure). We just finished our last bottle and don't have a trip to Seattle in the offing, so I took a chance on this sauce above. It rocks. Has everything Trappey's had, plus it's in my hand and on my eggs. Also, this stuff is a bit thicker and the color is deeper. I really like it.
If you don't know about Louisiana Hot Sauce, don't sweat it. It's definetly hotter than Trappey's, but it shouldn't make you sweat. about this hot sauce should make you sweat. It's a happy addition to the hot sauce section of my pantry.