Arizona Gunslinger Habanero Pepper Sauce is part of a line of products that are very popular with hot sauce aficionados. Made with only habanero, jalapeno, vinegar, and salt, it doesn’t get much more pure than this.
“Caution: This pepper sauce is seriously hot. In fact, this is about as hot as it gets. It might sound like we're bragging, but really we're just giving you advance notice that it's going to burn on the way in and…well, you get the picture. It's a moving experience.”
Big Johnson’s Twice Burnin’ Hot Sauce is one of the original carrot sauces and is pumped up with habanero peppers, garlic, onions, and lime juice. We think it’s called “Big Johnson” because you need one in order to consume large quantities of this hot sauce.
Blair's Mega Death Hot Sauce is absolutely well placed in our Weapons Grade category of hot sauces. The heat in Mega Death comes from a mixture of Habanero Pods, cayenne, Ancho, and chipotle peppers. So, you can start to see why it's so hot.
Blair’s Sweet Death Hot Sauce with Mango is the infamous Blair’s take on a mild sauce. It is, in fact, mild and fruity, but has the same quality you would expect from the pepper potentate. In this hot sauce, he uses the habanero pods, which are less hot.
Bone Lee's Gourmet Hot Sauce is the product of the folks at Hot and Tasty, LLC and they certainly do make a hot and tasty sauce. Centered around the ever so delicious Cayenne Pepper, Bone Lee's Gourmet Hot Sauce come in at a 5 out of 10 on our Peppers of Key West Heat Level Scale, that's pretty dang hot.
Brother Bru-Bru's Hot Pepper Sauce evokes the feeling of a real tribal concoction. Tribes from all over the world have long been using potions made with hot peppers to treat ailments like arthritis, sinus issues, and digestion problems.
With Busha Browne Pukka Hot Pepper Sauce, you get the savory flavors you would expect from authentic Jamaican cuisine and the heat you would expect from a sauce with a name like “Pukka.” Busha Browne products are a staple here at Peppers of Key West.