Hatari's Acid Rain Hot Sauce:
Although the peri-peri was hybridized and standardized as an African pepper, and is rightfully associated with the grand continent, there is so much else going on in this Acid Rain hot sauce from Hatari. Indeed, the lineup of peppers in this medium-hot hot sauce is as eclectic as the continent of Africa itself, and takes us to far away destinations with its blend of habanero, peri peri, piquin, jalapeño, and several other hot peppers.
Interesting side note: The tepin peppers included in Acid Rain are among the oldest of chile peppers. Some claim that tepins are the first chiles with which Columbus became acquainted in 1492, while others claim that the tepin is the mother of all the capsicum annum chile peppers. No matter their history, though, tepins provide a fast burst of heat that subsides quickly, and are an interesting addition to the Acid Rain hot sauce!
If that's not exotic enough for you, Acid Rain hot sauce is finished with hints of garlic, ginger, lemon, lime, and orange. It's a huge combination of flavors that you won't get in many other hot sauces, so if you're all about the flavor as much as you are the heat, you owe it to yourself to give Acid Rain a try.
Grab some now, and enjoy!
Acid Rain Hot Sauce Ingredients:
- Habanero peppers
- Piquin peppers
- Ring of Fire peppers
- Peri-Peri peppers
- Tepin peppers
- Jalapeño peppers
- Lemon, Lime and Orange Juices