Try Me Yucatan Sunshine Habanero Sauce

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Try Me Yucatan Sunshine (5oz./147ml):

Used as a flavoring throughout the Yucatan for over 2,500 years, the habanero pepper today is fast becoming a worldwide favorite as an exciting and exotic touch to all kinds of dishes, both in the kitchen and at the table. Though habaneros are considered by many to be the hottest peppers in the world, we've blended them with carrots, onions and other natural ingredients to control--but never tame--their unique flavor.

Ingredients: Red Habanero Peppers, Vinegar, Carrots, Onion, Salt, Garlic And Vegetable Gum.


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  • 5
    Yucatan sunshine

    Posted by Lawrence on 2021 Apr 15th

    This is the best hot sauce I have ever had, had to buy 6 bottles to send some to my son, he can't get it where he lives.

  • 5
    Best sauce for Mexican.

    Posted by Jay on 2016 Oct 13th

    This is my favorite sauce for all things Mexican. It has tons of flavor and a small amount of heat.

  • 5
    Best "not so" hot sauce

    Posted by Anonymous on 2015 Jan 30th

    This is the only hot sauce that everyone in our family loves including our grandchildren. Our local supermarkets used to carry it. When I could not find it anymore I went to the internet and discovered this supplier.

  • 5
    This is a great tasting milder habanero sauce!

    Posted by Dean Swiatek on 2013 Jun 7th

    This is on the milder side of habanero sauces -- if you are willing to eat something spicy, chances are this will not be too hot for you. However where this sauce shines it it's flavor. It's primary flavors are of habaneros, carrots and vinegar, and it is a bit more vinegary than your average habanero and carrot sauce. It's not too vinegary for most rice dishes, but it may be vinegary for some dishes, so I would recommend using it like a Louisiana style hot sauce to be safe. It's fantastic on beef tacos or burritos, or on eggs!