The cheese is kinda soft and slightly chewy like it has been left in the sun, even although I ate it right out of the fridge. At first I couldn't get any hint of heat from the Tabasco, but just as I was about to abandon the snack entirely (and was about to give the rest to my daughter, who is less picky than I am) when the burn caught up with me. I say 'caught up', but in reality the heat bypassed my tongue entirety and went straight to my tonsils. I have had a chilli hit this unrewarding since the first time I tried to make chilli sauce. The only sensation I can liken it to is that irritable throaty feeling one gets after a night of vomiting.
I know taste is subjective, but I just can't figure out what the wizrads at Tabasco were aiming for when then conjured up these pepper cheese snacks.