Hot Pepper Sauces Review–Fuego Box May 2022 Has a Lot to Offer

Hot Pepper Sauces Fuego Box May 2022

Not all people appreciate what a great hot sauce can do for altering the taste of many dishes to health benefits help the heart, digestion, inflammation to better shedding weight by cranking up the
body’s metabolism. However, I am not one of those people and love the stuff, especially hot pepper sauces from Fuego Box such as what arrived in their May 2022 assortment.

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

The first hot sauce that I sampled was Sweet Mama’s Black Label. This is a high heat variety that has Fresno and habanero peppers in a spicy and sweet blend of tomatoes and vinegar. It is a fiery taste, but once your taste buds return, you can see why this hot pepper sauce was awarded the Grand World Champion at the 2021 NYC Hot Sauce Expo. I first tasted this sauce on scrambled eggs. You can also use it on veggies, fish and burgers to rev up flavor with its spicy flaming heat.

Next, I tried Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce from Small Axe Peppers Company. This is also a hot one with a medium-high heat that has chipotle powder that helped curb that sharp bite with a smokey flavor that made it very good. I had some on a pork chop, but this would also be great on grilled foods for a smokey kick.

To round out this trio of hot pepper sauces, I tried Shaka Sauce Fatalil, a yellow-colored sauce. Unlike a lot of other sauces, this one uses one variety of pepper with lemon, vinegar, garlic, and turmeric to brighten this light blend up. I consider it a medium heat. This was good on rice and my chicken without taking my tongue as its prisoner.

If you want to do your mouth a favor, then Fuego Box and their hot sauce subscription can help you discover what you have been missing by avoiding hot peppers. The cost for each box with three unique sauces is $29.95 with free USA shipping. Check the company’s website and try it out yourself.

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