Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Brazilian Gourmet Hot Sauce Review

My family loves hot sauce. We are always up to try a new one. This hot sauce is homemade from an old family recipe. Each bottle is from a small kitchen made by chef Christiane Pereira of Taste of Brazil Cafe in Chicago. I love that this is a small operation and all hand made. To me that means a lot of care was put into making it.

 It shows... This hot sauce is delicious. It is not crazy hot. I would call it medium. It's more about the flavor than burning your mouth off. It has a great fresh tomato flavor. It's made with Malagueta peppers from Brazil. I've tried a lot of different hot sauces and this is a new pepper for me, but it has a really nice flavor.
Because it's not crazy hot you can really put it on anything. The sauce is made with all natural ingredients, no artificial flavors or colors, and basically nothing artificial. You can rest assured knowing that the only ingredients are Apple cider vinegar, tomato paste, onions, water, extra virgin olive oil, carrots, Malagueta  peppers, cane sugar, salt, garlic, and spices. My family loved this sauce. The bottle is almost gone. This is a great hot sauce for the whole family because it has just the right combination of heat and flavor. If you want to pick up a bottle of this delicious sauce, you can find it on Amazon Here.

I received this product for free for my honest review.

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