Hot Sauce Happiness Is Fuego August 2018 Box

Hot Sauce Happiness Fuego August 2018
Here’s to hot sauce happiness.


The best part of subscribing to Fuego Box is the surprise of always knowing that three extraordinary hot sauces arrive to rock your taste buds in different ways with their unique recipes for that fire and spicy taste to fulfill hot sauce happiness. An artisan hot sauce is hardly the same caliber as its duller grocery store hot sauce cousin, if you ask this hot sauce fanatic.

Anyone seeking the next best taste can understand why I feel so strongly on what the uniqueness of hand-crafted, small batch sauces can do for enhancing flavor of dishes and as a cooking ingredient for your recipes. August 2018 is another prime example of fiery deliciousness that I want to share with you.

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Hot sauce happiness begins with Indian Summer, a Caribbean-inspired sauce from Jersey Barnfire. This golden-brown sauce has a sweet barbecue and fruit touch.  The taste is  yet savory and satisfying in how the scotch bonnet peppers are handled. I tried some on meatloaf and it was outstanding. Next time, I plan to use this medium heat sauce on chicken or a burger.

My hot sauce happiness continued with Guajillo Monster from Born to Hula. However, I warn you that this sauce has a real bite to it from it scorching habaneros and guajillo chiles that will set your mouth blazing. Keep a glass of milk nearby to douse the initial fire because once it settles, you will be able to enjoy the ghost peppers and rest of this spicy blend. My first time that I sampled this was on my scrambled eggs. I will be adding some of this lethal sauce to my chili next time.

The final contender for my hot sauce happiness for August 2018 was the Hot Hive Hot Sauce from Butterfly Bakery. As you might guess, this is a spicy blend of honey,serranos and habaneros peppers that are gently tamed with lemon juice. This is a milder to medium heat that goes on so many dishes from eggs to my salad dressing.

The cost of bringing all this flavor to your home with a Fuego Box subscription is just $29.95 per quarter for three unusual hot sauces gathered from across the country. The price also includes free USA shipping. You also get a card on the different featured sauces and details on how best to enjoy them.

Have you tried Fuego Box yet? Check them out because hot sauce happiness is what awaits!



  1. tat2gurlzrock
    July 30, 2018 / 9:41 am

    I have not tried Fuego Box. Sounds like a great subscription box for foodies!

  2. ellen beck
    July 30, 2018 / 7:37 pm

    I have to admitnot being much into hot sauces personally, but they are nice to have on hand if youre erving someone who enjoys the, This actually sounds like an interesting box!

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