The habanero pepper is the most widely used pepper in hot-sauce practices. When mixed with ketchup, it provides a rich, tangy flavor profile that heightens the taste instead of simply hiding behind mere heat. Unlike other vinegar-based hot sauces, this ketchup allows its ingredients to work together and create something greater than the sum of its parts.
12.3 fl oz
Ingredients include tomato paste, pure cane sugar, glucose, red habanero peppers, salt, starch, vinegar, garlic pulp, citric acid, onion powder, ascorbic acid, and spices.