I was looking for an addition to our rotation of Tapatio, Sriracha, and Tabasco. We like both heat and flavor. This is amazing. It doesn't taste too peachy, which was my fear, just well balanced.
It's similar to recipes I found online, one called Bob's "Liquid Fire" and another called Garry's Habanero Hot Sauce, with just a few tweaks.
After some bad luck with bitter canned sauces, I read a few recipes and then put together a version that works for my family. Vary the heat to suit your family; as written, it's mild, but we usually add lots of hot stuff at the table. This recipe makes enough for two pans of enchiladas (about 20-24 enchiladas total).
This recipe was inspired by one on King Arthur Flour, but I have simplified it a good deal. (Theirs has mustard seed and instant mashed potatoes.) The secret ingredient for getting that rye bread sourness -- pickle juice!