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Hot sauce is life. You need to try these hot sauces.
Beer-infused Hot Sauce
- Includes Asian Sriracha, Garlic Serrano, & Roasty Chipotle
- This 3-pack of hot sauce is made with real beer, and as such is a perfect fun gift for beer geeks, hot sauce lovers, foodies, homebrewers, chefs, and everyone with good taste!
Marie Sharp’s Habanero Pepper Sauce
- Made in Belize this sauce does a great job with flavor. Ingredients other than peppers include carrots, onions, and garlic
- Goes well with rice and beans and cochinita pibil (slow-roasted pork)
- 5/10 hotness
Siete Flama Hot Sauce
- Variety Pack: 1 Traditional, 1 Chipotle, 1 Habanero, 1 Jalapeño
- Wanna know the family secret for why these hot sauces taste so damn good? It’s the puya peppers.
- Siete sauces are not meant to be daredevil, burn-your-esophagus hot.
- Our favorite: The Chipotle
Truff Hotter Sauce
- Black truffle-infused hot sauce. Pretty much says it all. Sweetened with agave nectar instead of sugar and seasoned with cumin and coriander.
- Goes well with truffle oil pizza, wings, and pasta. Also, it would pair with a nice bourbon.
- 4/10 hotness (the bottle is a 10/10 in looks)
Kumana Avocado Hot Sauce
- Onion, mango, avocado, cilantro, and a touch of habanero go into this interesting sauce. The only sweetness comes from the mango as it has no added sugar.
- Goes well with tater tots, tacos, and on sandwiches
- 2/10 hotness so slather it on!
Pickapeppa Original Hot Sauce
- Dark sweet sauce made from tomatoes, onions, garlic, mangoes, and raisins.
- Goes well on steak (alternative to A1!), rice, and chicken
- 0/10 hotness – good amount of sugar in this one which sometimes causes the cap to crack so careful when shaking it up!
Try Me Sauces Tiger Sauce
- Sweet slightly spicy and sour sauce made with cayenne pepper
- Goes well on chicken, fish tacos, or as a marinade
- 1/10 hotness
El Yucateco Green Chile Habanero Sauce
- Green habaneros are the base for this hot sauce
- Goes well on Mexican foods of all kinds, salads, tacos, burritos
- 6/10 hotness, a little dab goes a long way
Pain is Good Jamaican Style Hot Sauce
- Jerk style hot sauce made with habaneros, garlic, and pineapple
- Goes well on wings, sandwiches, rice
- 6/10 hotness, but can be used in larger doses if you have a decent tolerance to heat
Bunsters Shit the Bed Hot Sauce
- Made in Australia, this sauce uses Scorpion and Birds Eye peppers as well as goji berries, coconut sugar, and Himalayan pink salt
- Goes well on wings, deviled eggs, marinades, and breakfast items
- 12/10 according to the label – that’s accurate.