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|Fuego Subscription Box for March 2016|
Why eat blandly when you can zip up the flavor of your favorite dishes with a bit of a spicy nip? However, you can’t always find many varieties of hot sauces locally that can fulfill a hot sauce lover’s desires. Thank goodness that Fuego Box was created with their amazing hot sauce subscription like with the slightly subdued fiery selection in their March 2016 box they provided for this review.
Fuego Box is so unique with their excellent rounding up of three, small-batched artisan hot sauces they bring subscribers in each box. The cost is $29.95 per quarter with free shipping or $12.95 for one month with a $5.00 shipping charge if you want just one box at a time. A card with a description of each product and suggestions on the best ways to enjoy that particular hot sauce also is standard.
You would be hard pressed to try to locate hot sauces exactly like these that I have tried from my last review and now in your typical grocery stores. For example, let me tell you what you can expect for hot sauces this current month of March 2016.
Dragon’s Blood Elixir Hot Sauce has fire roasted salsa, apple cider, apple cider vinegar, apple puree, red savina and other habañero peppers for a satisfying, medium heat with some underlying sweetness. This is awesome on scrambled eggs or chicken legs. Those are just the two ways that I sampled it so far, but I still have many more dishes to enjoy it on.
Red Robot’s Classic Hot Sauce is a mild hot from flame-roasted jalapeno peppers, sweet onion, garlic, and cilantro that I also can give a glowing report to. The taste of this sauce is slightly sweet and ideal on practically everything that you normally hit with hot sauce. I already had it on hard-boiled eggs and a fried fish sandwich.
Born to Hula’s Smokehaus Blues is quite delicious, but tamer than last month’s Ghost of Ancho, which is intended for true fire-eaters like yours truly. This one takes on a sort of barbecue sauce taste with the smoky flavor against the mild heat of the peppers. I ate this on hard-boiled and scrambled eggs, hamburger and a veggie burger, but I plan to try it on broiled fish next time.
Without a doubt, I honestly think that anyone appreciating hot, spiciness in their foods would love Fuego Box as much as I do. Check it out!