Using the unbelievably delicious Smokey Horseradish sauce as a base, this sauce brings on the flavor and then turns the heat up! Just a quick peek at the ingredients list will show Ghost Peppers as the first ingredient so, as usual, you know we aren’t messing around. Be careful not to lose your head after slathering your seafood, beef, sandwiches, and whatever else you love with this delicious concoction.
Our original super hot sauce is packed with fresh bhut jalokia peppers (better known as the ghost pepper) for an intense, life-altering heat. But what really sets this sauce apart from other extreme hot sauces is the immense flavor. Other’s make hot for the sake of hot, filling their bottles with bitter extracts and offensive amounts of vinegar to do nothing more than burn you. We here at TorchBearer love to burn as well but what’s the point if there’s no flavor?
Brace yourself for a mouthful of peppery flavours. Sun-dried Jalapenos are blended with fire-roasted garlic and red chillies. An amazing natural cooked-bacon essence rushes these spicy intensities straight from the sun’s core to your mouth. This is a smoky, medium-heat, intense, bold hot sauce. Recommended on burgers, with eggs, in chili, or straight on any meal.
Ten types of hot peppers, including Scotch-Bonnet, Butch-T Scorpion, Caribbean Red, Naga, and Carolina Reaper produce a POWERFUL punch. Roasted garlic and balsamic vinegar unite to bring-on an awesome flavour profile. This is not a sauce for the faint of heart. A supernova in your mouth. Made for the spice-fiend who wants pungent flavours to back up their heat. No added sugar and low-sodium.
In the jungles of Jamaica, far from the soft, white beaches and luxury resorts, there’s a small shack with a small garden. In the garden, Scotch Bonnet and Habanero peppers are grown. In the shack, jerk sauce is made with them. In the mouths of those who eat it, a strange voodoo begins to take hold, consuming the body, mind and soul in a fiery, hypnotic euphoria. Pain is good. There is no sensation quite like the one of this sauce with Caribbean fruit juices and spices. The flask bottle has a picture of a Rasta-man, who is obviously in pain.
The exclusive flavour of the goat pepper hits you right away, and then comes the lingering heat to satisfy your taste buds. A rich hot kick is delivered swiftly with this Caribbean source pepper. Delivers flavours both sharp and fruity, bursting with sunshine and spreading a delightful burn.
This is the sauce that inspired it all. It’s hot enough to satisfy but not too hot to scare you off. A few drops will add a zingy bite to any kind of meal. Sharp umami flavour adds instant welcoming heat. This ray of sunlight is hot! Bird peppers are loaded with seeds and are thin-walled so many are required for good flavour.