Fuego Box March 2019 Review

Fuego Box March 2019
A hot sauce subscription is a delicious way to change the flavor of your foods and recipes, and the Fuego Box March 2019 assortment is an excellent start to experience new tastes.


When you think that hot sauce flavors can’t get any better, the trio of bottled pepper heat in my latest Fuego Box March 2019 proves me wrong. What I found to make my taste buds happy through this hot sauce subscription box took my mouth on yet another thrilling and a different savory journey.

**Disclaimer: This post has been compensated. Opinions are solely mine. **

I know people that think all hot sauces are basically the same. Ha! Sure, you have your average mill mild variety, but Fuego Box exposes you to a world of spicy flavor through all ranges of heat for unique eating or cooking experiences. Trust me, but trying to duplicate these hot sauce flavors for your food or recipes would be a feat.

To further clarify why I’m so drawn to this box, let me show you my Fuego Box March 2019. Only then can you see for yourself what is typical.

The first sauce in the Fuego Box March 2019 assortment was Pueblo Red from PexPeppers. This is a darker red colored sauce that is bursting with more amazing flavor and a milder heat with garlic, shallots and cumin between its vinegar and peppers. This was good on scrambled eggs, fish, burgers, or whatever you like hot sauce on.

Ethiopia from Clark + Hopkins is the second hot sauce in the Fuego Box March 2019 box. This is an orange-brown colored sauce that brings a medium heat from habaneros and jalapenos peppers along with an African influence with its special Berbere curry. It had an exotic and earthy kick that can change up flavor for chicken, meats, rice to beans. I am planning on using this in my next bean burger recipe or with my lentil and rice dish.

To round out the trio for Fuego Box March 2019 is a green-yellow hot sauce called Jalapeno Tequila & Lime from Queen Majesty. This is a delightful blend of freshness with a tad of sweet from green apples when mingling with jalapeno peppers, onions, tequila and lime that I adored. I added part of this medium heat to my bean dip recipe yesterday and it was sensational. I will be trying this for more dips and homemade salad dressings to enhance flavor.

If you’re still not convinced at the value of hot sauce for your taste buds, recipes, you also would find it helpful for speeding up your body’s metabolism for weight loss to incorporating in home remedies like a drink I make to help a sore throat and control coughing. Now do you understand my devotion to a hot sauce subscription?

These are the advantage of subscribing to Fuego Box and the unusual selection. Each monthly box includes three hot sauces priced at $29.95 per month with no extra USA shipping. You also get a reference card that provides details about each sauce and the manufacturer with ideas to further inspire you. You know how I feel on the subject, but it is your mouth so check it out!



  1. tat2gurlzrock
    March 26, 2019 / 6:23 am

    I wish we liked hot sauces but we honestly don’t. These boxes all sound interesting!

    • nuts4stuff
      March 27, 2019 / 5:32 am

      Hey, Dana, I totally understand. This difference is what make us unique individuals.

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