So says the bottle of Tropical Chile Company Hot n’ Honey Hot Sauce.
Hot Sauce #6 – Tropical Chile Company Hot n’ Honey Hot Sauce
I don’t care what the label says, this sauce is so simple, it shouldn’t taste this good.
It has only 7 “all natural” ingredients: Aged Cayenne & Habanero Peppers, Sugar, Garlic, Vinegar, Honey and Salt.
Yet it has a sweet, spicy totally unique flavor that I can’t quite put my finger on. There is something odd there. Maybe it’s the “aged” peppers.
Whatever it is, I love it!
Even with habaneros on the ingredients list, there’s not a lot of heat. More of a tingling in the throat while the sweet flavor sticks to the tongue.
It’s too sweet for eggs or soup. And a little much for steaks or burgers.
But it’s perfect for dipping or glazing.
I have used it to glaze wings and then dip them in while I eat. I’ve also eaten it on ham sandwiches, pork chops and as a glaze for baked fish. I think it would make a perfect glaze for a baked ham or turkey — although you would need several bottles.
I got this sauce just before I started this blog, and I like it so much, I find that, even with all my other sauces, I have used almost the entire bottle in a little over a month.
No worries — this is a keeper and I do plan to get some more.
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Ingredients: Aged Cayenne & Habanero Peppers, Sugar, Garlic, Vinegar, Honey and Salt.
Where I got it: Danged if I can remember. Probably Kroger or Whole Foods.
Their Website: I cannot find one. I don’t see them offered on Amazon either. Does anyone know if Tropical Chile Company is still in business or where to find them?
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