Winner, 3rd place at the Royal Winter Fair! Mango madness has it all. It's tangy, with a little bit of zip at the end. Made with a "Julie" mango base and scotch bonnet peppers. Enjoy with cheese, pasta, ham, fish, all the veggies, chicken. Spice rating 3/10.
Firecracker "Original " is the sauce that started it all. Based off Carmen's family's recipe, you'll find this sauce on every Trinidadian's table. If you like authentic and spicy, this is for you. Goes well with everything! Try it on steak, chicken, mango salads (trust me), eggs! Spice rating, 4.5/10.
Bacchanal is to party, and Trinidadians love to party! Flavourful, and zesty. Slow burner. Carmen's personal favourite. Eat with curries, salmon, as a dip for guacamole. Spice rating 5.5/10.
Bazodee in Trinidad means to be confused (put you in a trance, zen like state). This sauce is unique and aged - made with a high concentration of fermented peppers - sure to give you bazodee! Spice rating 7/10.
Good things happen when Canadians meet Trinidadians! Made with grade A 100 % pure maple syrup, a delicate balance of fiery peppers, and a hint of Canadian whiskey. Mouth watering - sure to please those who do, and do not have a high spice tolerance. Use it with waffles, pancakes, as a glaze for veggies, on chicken, in a salad - this stuff is so versatile! Spice rating 3/10.
This citrus infused hot sauce is so versatile it can be used to cook, as a sauce, dip, garnish - add flavour to any dish! Made with fresh grapefruit and a hint of ginger. Try with mayo for your own citrus aioli, on burritos, and with seafood! Delicious and tangy, with just enough heat to satisfy all tastebuds! Spice rating 4.5/10