Soul's Green Hot Sauce, comprised of; water, whole tomatillos, white wine vinegar, yellow onion, pineapple juice, jalapeño powder, raisins, tamari (a smoky version of soy sauce), dried banana, mustard, garlic, turmeric, himalayan salt, and xanthan gum; was the spicier of the two varieties, even though Ryan claims the opposite to be true. The sauce balances a bright citrusy tang with a pleasant kick of heat.
While I liked both sauces, I found the presence of white wine vinegar to be much more pronounced in the Red Sauce. Thus, I left with an 8.5 ounce bottle of Green Sauce, which I'm eating on a taco as I write this.
I give Soul's Red Sauce 7 out of 10 stars and Soul's Green Sauce 9 out of 10 stars.