Triple the heat and triple the fun! This hot sauce sampler brings together three of our most popular hot sauces. The Triple Treasure Gourmet Crushed Pepper Sauces has 3 Puerto Rico hot sauce: Garlic, Jalapeno & Naga Jolokia.
On the Plank Garlic Habañero Crushed Pepper Sauce 5 oz. (Mild)
Hot red crushed Caribbean Habañero peppers and just the right amount of garlicky goodness. Garlic lovers rejoice! Great on meats, eggs, ethnic specialties, poultry, soups, dressings, chili and marinades. -Yeah, baby. It’s hot. You won’t need to walk the plank to cool down. But you’ll want to sit on the end and dabble your toes with all the creatures of the sea that this garlic habañero crushed pepper sauce makes so torrid. And so tempting.
Walk the Plank Jalapeño Passion Crushed Pepper Sauce 5 oz. (Medium)
A delicious blend of Jalapeño peppers with onion, lemon juice, passion fruit juice, and a hint of garlic. This is the perfect balance of heat and flavor. Great on tacos, in guacamole, soups, rice or anything that needs a boost. -It’s all a matter of degrees. A dash of this Jalapeño Passion crushed peppery concoction and you’re condemned to seriously hot temperatures. Stroll on down the plank and do a cannonball into the sea. Ahh. Relief.
Off the Plank Naga Jolokia Ghost Crushed Pepper Sauce 5 oz. (Extreme)
Wickedly hot. This is our hottest crushed pepper sauce ever, but still offers a distinctive full-bodied flavor. Use this one with extreme caution. Leaves you breathless – the only limit to its use is your taste for FIRE! The Naga Jolokia pepper is rated at 1,000,000 Scoville units, leaving this sauce in excess of 500,000 without the use of extract.
These three Puerto Rico hot sauce: Garlic, Jalapeno & Naga Jolokia are the perfect condiments to take your next dish from great to amazing. We have several recipes available in our blog about the wonders of pepper sauces:
- Spicy Hot Toddy
- Mango Chow: An Easy Refreshing Summer Recipe
- Scotch Bonnet Hot Pepper Sauce Oven-Barbecued Leg of Pork
Did you know? Peppers are originally from MesoAmerica, so there is nothing more Caribbean than hot peppers! When the Spanish and Portuguese arrived in the New World they discovered the joys of peppers along with corn, tomatoes and beans, which they returned to Europe with and it spread in popularity from there.