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Born To Hula Cayenne Hot Sauce

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HS150

Made with fresh red bell peppers, garlic, lime juice, vinegar and perfectly aged cayenne mash, the versatility of this "highly addictive" everyday hot sauce will blow you away!

"Winner of the 2012 Lenny Award for best Louisiana style hot sauce" 3rd Place Winner of the 2013 Fiery Food Challenge. Suggested on: Pizza, Wings, Eggs.

Ingredients: Distilled White Vinegar, Red Bell Pepper, Cayenne Peppers, Garlic, Salt, Onion Powder, Cumin, and Lime Juice.

Manufactured by Born to Hula


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Awesome Sauce and Amazing Service!

Everything was perfect! Ordering, delivery and the final product!

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My husband loves the mustard and bbq sauce. You are the only place we could find it!

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This dip/jelly is the best I’ve ever eaten. I highly recommend this to everyone if you like a little heat! Fabulous on smoked cheddar and crackers and burgers too ! The list goes on

Best sauce in the game

the best sauce, the perfect balance of flavours and kick, a slight tex-mex flavour but that also doesnt have too big of a flavour profile to not go on asian dishes etc. This sauce goes amazing on everything!! (EVEN ICE CREAM!) Seriously, I've tried every popular hot sauce on the market, from tabasco to pain 100 passing by sriracha and Blair's Mega Death, AND THIS IS THE WINNER! Will never get tired of this sauce, Secret Aardvark has made a loyal customer, and so has Chilly Chiles! (If youre reading this review and live in canada buy from chilly chiles!! they have amazing shipping, the best prices i have found and much more.)

Asian Sauceee

Great sauce, amazing flavour and just the right amount of kick, it would be amazing in ramen, on grilled pork and most thai/viet/chinese dishes, i think its a little tiny bit too sweet though, still very enjoyable though.