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Matouk's Hot Chow Condiment

A spicy Caribbean condiment version of the English "Piccalilli", filled with chunks of fresh exotic tropical fruits and vegetables. Ideal with cold cuts, sandwiches and sausages.

Ingredients: Water, Vinegar, Papaya, Prepared Mustard (Vinegar, Water, Mustard Seed, Spices), Carrots, Modified Corn Starch, Mangoes, Onions, Coraillie, Cane Sugar, Salt, Aged Pickled Scotch Bonnet Peppers (Vinegar, Pepper, Salt), Onion Powder, Garlic Powder, Celery Seed, Color (FD & C Yellow No 5).

Manufactured by National Canners Limited


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Perfect if you like strong vinegar-y sauces.

So my partner loves this sauce, but she loves kimchi and all things vinegar/acid-y. So I'm giving this 4 stars based on her opinion.

The normal Hellfire Detroit is one of my favorite sauces of all time for reference; however Bourbon Habanero Ghost is too tart/acidy for my taste, its also considerably hotter (which is welcome for some but a difference to note), I'd say 40% hotter than normal hellfire.

Good flavour with lingering heat

This is a pretty darn hot sauce, but the underlying flavour is still noticeable. This is a good one to have in your collection for those liking a strong kick now and then.

So good!

Bought this set as a gift for my brother who collects hot sauce and he liked it a lot. The Chicago one works well with guacamole! While the Adobo loco packs a punch. 10/10 would purchase and try other stuff again! Also the packaging is great and it arrived in perfect condition.

Great first purchase!

Grabbed a four bottles to try out the service. Excellent service. Everything arrived, safely packed and in time for Christmas (Truff was pre-owned). Will definitely buy again.

Delicious

Definitely not over hyped. One of the best sauces I've had yet.