Fuego Hot Sauce Review November 2019 Box

Fuego hot sauce November 2019


I can’t think of a better time of year to start enjoying hot pepper sauce than through cold weather to heat a body up in a delicious way. The other day I got my Fuego hot sauce box November 2019 trio of hot pepper sauces and was extremely happy even before I sampled them. You’re probably wondering how anyone could be excited over hot pepper sauce, but I have so many reasons why I love this stuff.

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

Cold weather is prime time for using more hot pepper sauce for warming up. I don’t know about you, but they can raise the body’s temperature, which always helps when you’re cold. This is due to its capsaicin.

Another benefit of hot pepper sauce is helping raise the body’s metabolism. Adding more hot sauce to your diet is a small way to speed up how fast those calories burn.  Anything to help with potential weight loss and I’m in.

Still, I love hot pepper sauce because it makes a perfect ingredient when cooking as an easy way to give a favorite recipe a new twist.  Think of all the unique ingredients that merge together in every hot sauce to season dishes and foods.

With a Fuego Hot Sauce subscription, I always have the most interesting varieties of pepper sauces arriving to my home. Without a doubt, you will understand how unusual this hot sauce box is once you hear what my Fuego Box November 2019 contained.

To start with, I found #56 Smokey Red Pepper Chipotle from Caulifield Provision Co. Well, I knew even before I opened this hot sauce that I would like it because of my deep love of chipotles and that added element of smokiness to its red jalapeno peppers. This is a very delicious, all-purpose sauce with a medium heat that was so good, especially on my scrambled eggs.

Next, I tried Rockin’ Rasta from Hell’s Kitchen. This one is a golden yellow, coconut curry sauce with Scotch bonnet peppers along with honey, mango, garlic, vinegar, and carrots. My first time trying this one was on a chicken breast. Adding some of this while stir frying will follow.

From Hot Winter is their Original hot pepper sauce. This one is medium heat with a tad of sweetness to round out its subtle bite to its deliciousness. I label this one as a versatile hot sauce you can use freely on about every food you use hot sauce with.

The cost for Fuego Hot Sauce is $29.95 a month with free shipping for three artisan hot sauces that I promise you probably wouldn’t find in your area locally. You also get a reference card about each sauce and suggestions for the types of foods they best compliment with each  box.

If you missed last month and wondered what Fuego Box October 2019 was like, then I linked the review for you.

Those people on your holiday gift list that love hot and spicy flavors would love this hot sauce subscription like a gift subscription of Fuego Hot Sauce. Check their website out!



  1. gloria patterson
    November 12, 2019 / 3:18 pm

    Just looking at the bottles give me heartburn. I going to talk about these with my great niece when she come to visit for thanksgiving. Do you really use each of these in a month or do you have lots in refrigerator?

    • nuts4stuff
      November 13, 2019 / 6:10 am

      Some I really finish quickly. Others are still in my refrigerator for cooking as well.

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