Which Is Better? Tabasco Sauce or Sriracha

Sriracha is hip, hot and cool. We've seen it in everything from chocolate to lollipops to bread. But Foodbeast's Dominique Zamora calls us back to the old ways--to the trusted and true--to Tabasco sauce. Dominique calls this Southern treasure "a dapper, crotchety old gentleman" and "the Walt Kowalski of hot sauces." You can read her funny, .gif-filled argument, which includes support from the Doctor and Pinkie Pie, at the link.

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This is like asking what is better.... ketchup or chocolate frosting.

Both are awesome but have different uses. I like tabasco on mexican/italian food but sriracha is my sauce of choice for all asian food (especially egg rolls or Lupia)
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The heat of Sriracha is more persistent, which I tend to dislike. It has a more complex flavor, especially with the garlic component, so it tastes better. Still, I prefer the transient heat of Tabasco.
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