Marie Sharp's Belizean Heat Hot Sauce, 5oz.: Marie began creating recipes from the noble Belizean Red Habanero peppers grown in her garden. These recipes became an instant success with her family & friends. Marie is one of the true pioneers in the pepper sauce industry. Try this great Habanero pepper sauce that's new in the Marie Sharp's line. This sauce has a Scoville Rating of 350,000 units. Flavor with heat. This is why Marie Sharp's sauces are famous world-wide. Specially blended for devoted heat seekers, this sauce is great for cooking. Marie achieves the wonderful, complex flavors by using only fresh ingredients. Fanatical hot sauce lovers claim the best concoction is one that will burn a hole in the tablecloth. Marie Sharp, however, became Belize's hottest mama by starting at the low end of the temperature scale. She began experimenting with the Red Habanero peppers grown on her family's farm in the Maya Mountains near Dangriga. Today Marie Sharp's Sauces can be found on almost every table in Belize! Flavor soups, sauces and stir fries or add to boiling water for rice, pasta or seafood. Heat level XXXX.
Ingredients: Habanero pepper mash, capsicum oil, fresh carrots, white vinegar, lime juice, tomato, Creole spices, onions, garlic, salt. No Fat, No Cholesterol.
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~Onalaska, Tx United States~
Decent Heat And Flavor, But Very Average All-Around. I Was Honestly Expecting More Based On All Of The Great Things I'Ve Heard About Marie'S. If Anything, It Was Probably The Cajun Spices That Dropped It Down A Notch For Me. Not Bad, But Not Great Either.
~Rockland, Ma United States~
An Excellent Sauce For Adding Directly To Your Food, Second Only To A Hot Sauce Made By Some Crazy Guy I Met In Mexico. A Sauce I Will Forever Put On The Firehouse Hero Sandwich At Firehouse Subs!
~Saint Augustine, Fl United States~
Marie Sharps Is Great At Creating A Smooth Flavor With A Tremendous Heat. Their Use Of Various Vegetable Bases For Their Sauces Gives Undertones Regularly Lacking From Many Sauces You Find In The States. I Went Through Gallons Of This Stuff (Literally, I Worked And Ate With This Stuff For Months) And Loved Every Minute Of It. If You Like A Sauce That Gives You The Tingles, But Has Hints Of Carrot, Pepper, And Garlic...Belizean Heat Is The Way To Go.
~Schenectady, Ny United States~