'I got pretty high and Googled how to make hot sauce': Trying the delicious varieties of Soothsayer hot sauce by Yak Channel Podcast Network published on 2018-10-10T03:19:51Z Kyle from Soothsayer Hot Sauce joins me for pizza from the thrice-visited Dante's Pizza (2825 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL 60618). Discussed in this episode, presented by The Autobarn Mazda of Evanston (who provided a gorgeous CX-9 for this week's show): The literal dumpster fire outside Kyle's place. We sample all three Soothsayer sauces: Omen, Perdition (Soothsayer's flagship) and Harbinger. We eat Dante's "Slice of the Day," which is basically an Italian Beef on a pizza. Everything Kyle learned about product placement, he learned from Wayne's World. The origin of Soothsayer hot sauces. There are two versions: The truth, and what Kyle tells the public. Soothsayer sauces aren't meant to be "belligerently hot." Soothsayer has already released 27 different varieties of hot sauce. "A little dampness on the temples" is the sign of a good hot sauce. "You make punk rock hot sauce?" Soothsayer sauces are all made with fresh ingredients, nothing is fermented. "My nose is running... I'm in tears as I'm talking here." The Soothsayer Malort hot sauce: "I absolutely love Malort." I'm the guy who exposed Soothsayer to the Loop. The Mazda CX-9 is nicer than Kyle's living room.