Lottie's Traditional Barbados Yellow Hot Pepper Sauce (6.75 oz.flask / 148 ml): It is interesting to note that the lady who makes this doesn't even eat hot foods. Regardless of that, this brew made from Hot Yellow Peppers, Mustard, Onion, and Garlic is awesome.
Scotch Bonnet Peppers, Mustard, Vinegar, Onions, Sugar, Salt and Garlic.
I'M A Big Fan Of Yellow Sauces, And This Does Not Disappoint. Fantastic. Nice And Thick. Very Hot. If You Like Simple Scotch Bonnet Sauces, Give This A Try.
~Fort Wayne, In United States~
Hot Sauce Tastes Exactly Like The Hot Sauce We Had In Barbados. Definitely Authentic And Delish On Any Dish.
~Boyce, Va United States~
This Hot Sauce Is Amazing. I First Tried It When I Visited Barbados A Few Years Ago. I Picked Up A Bottle Before I Boarded The Plane As I Was Heading Home. So Glad I Was Able To Find It On-Line, Otherwise, I Would'Ve Had To Travel Back To Barbados For A Few More Bottles! Lol
~Cortlandt Manor, Ny United States~
Being Born In Barbados And Living In New Zealand For The Last 45 Years, It It Always Good To Obtain A Bit Of Nostalgia From Home . I Make My Own Hot Sauce And Grow My Own Habaneros And Others, But There Is No Substitute For Originality, Great !!!
~Ohaupo, Waikato New Zealand~
The Lottie'S Hot Sauce I Bought Is Nothing Less Than Spectacular! Imagine The Wonderful Taste Of Scotch Bonnet Pepper Along With A Zesty Mustard. I Put Lottie'S On Everything From Hamburgers To Potato Salad. Use It Wherever You Used To Use Plain Old Boring Mustard. I Even Use It To Spice Up Some Ranch Dressing For Salads Or For Veggie Dipping. This Hot Sauce Is Hands Down The Best I'Ve Had. The Spiciness Is Not Too Intense And The Mustard Flavor Is Invigorating. I Catch Myself Upon Occasion Putting This Sauce Right On A Potato Chip. My Mouth Is Watering Right Now Just Thinking About It.
~Olmsted Township, Oh United States~