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Jolokia “Ghost” Pepper Sauce Super Hot!
This is a fiery blend of chile peppers in a thick and tangy sauce. Very hardy. Featuring the Bhut Jolokia Pepper or Ghost Pepper and a blend of other hot chile peppers. Very Hot heat level – but not insane. Excellent eating sauce on sandwiches, soups, stews, chili, pizza, veggies, Tex-Mex, eggs or use as a marinade on fish and chicken.
Ingredients: Peppers, water, vinegar, salt, sugar, onion, jolokia pepper, spices and xanthan gum.
Naturally Gluten Free
This is not your usual hot sauce! They have created a unique Caribbean / Tex-Mex hybrid made with flavorful habanero peppers and roasted tomatoes that’s great as a sauce, marinade or holistic cure-all. “Dump on Everything,” the Secret Aardvark compels you!
Heat Level: 5/10
Size: 8 oz.
Case Size: 12 bottles
Ingredients: white wine vinegar, roasted tomatoes, habanero peppers, onion, carrot, sugar, prepared mustard, water, kosher salt, cornstarch, herbs & spices
Tierra Brava Manzano Hot Sauce is perfect for the spicy lover and the lover of great flavor! Despite being made with one of the hottest peppers in the world, the unique family formula gives a great flavor with a powerful kick. Great with eggs, tacos, seafood, pizza, salads, and cocktails.
Iguana Mean Green Jalapeno Pepper Sauce is a medium heat green sauce made with Jalapeno peppers, carrot, onion, and garlic. This hot sauce is excellent with seafood, pork, poultry (including eggs), rice, and even as a salad dressing. You can really taste the fresh, “grassy” flavor of the ripe Jalapenos in this medium-heat hot sauce.
Gluten Free- No GMO
Heat Rating: Medium
Bottle Size: 5oz
Case Size: 6 bottles per case
Gluten-Free | Non-GMO
Killer Hogs Garlic Pepper Hot Sauce 6oz.
We know how to spice it up in the South…and this Hot Sauce has just the right kick.
Perfect for adding a spicy touch to everything you eat. Aged red peppers specially blended with tangy vinegar and hints of garlic to create the best-tasting hot sauce around.
Not too hot… this is what we call an “eatin’ hot sauce”