Lottie's Traditional Barbados Yellow Hot Pepper Sauce

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Lottie's Traditional Barbados Yellow Hot Pepper Sauce (6.75 oz. flask / 148 ml):

It is interesting to note that the lady who makes this doesn't even eat hot foods.

Ingredients: Water, Mustard Seed, Vinegar, Onion, Habanero, Sugar, Salt, Spices.


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  • 3
    Changed the recipe, not as good

    Posted by Taylor on 2019 Feb 4th

    Still a fine hot sauce, but used to be the best. Not sure why they changed their recipe but it's a huge downgrade.

  • 5
    Fiery Delicious Hot Sauce

    Posted by Anonymous on 2017 Jan 16th

    I've been buying this hot sauce for years ever since purchasing it on a visit to Barbados. The Hot Sauce Stop sells the original kind - a wonderful mix of hot pepper and mustard. Awesome with fish, chicken - anything. I put it in soup.

  • 5
    Best Hot Sauce in town!

    Posted by Carmen from DR on 2014 Jun 12th

    Prior to my departing Barbados, I stopped in one of the shops at the airport...so sorry that I didn't pick up a case of this hot sauce before I boarded my flight...only had room for one bottle:( Since that time, Lottie's has been my favorite hot sauce...HANDS DOWN! Can't find it in the States, but will order on-line whenever I run low.

  • 5
    I love this stuff!!!

    Posted by Anonymous on 2013 Dec 22nd

    If you're looking for a unique, flavorful mustard-based sauce, I think you've found it. I enjoy Lottie's mostly on chicken and fish, but it's probably great in egg salad too.

  • 5
    Now that's Pepper Sauce!

    Posted by Blair on 2013 Aug 15th

    I was born in Port of Spain, Trinidad and grew up with "hot sauce" being a staple at meal time. I've tried lot's of brands (Caribbean & US makes) and just happened to add a bottle of Lottie's to my most recent order of Matouk's sauces. It is incredible and by far the best combination of heat and flavor in my humble opinion.

  • 3
    way too spicey

    Posted by Anonymous on 2013 Jun 27th

    if you prefer the Bajan sauces like Neville Edwards which are spicey but which have a lot more mustard flavor to them do not get this. pretty much all you can taste is the scotch bonnet and nothing else; which is fine if that's what you want

  • 5
    My favourite right now

    Posted by Anonymous on 2013 May 23rd

    A really great version of a Bajan Mustard sauce. Hot and tastes great. Highly highly recommended.