- Hot sauce made from spicy red peppers
- Large 350ml bottle
- Gluten free
- Long expiration dates
“Nothing added, never have, never will”
Hot and spicy pepper sauce from McIlhenny Co.
It was first produced in Avery Island, Louisiana way back in 1868 by Edmund McIlhenny. Surprisingly, it’s still made by the same family (with a little bit of help!) in the same place.
Peppers are hand picked by workers who carry a little stick, painted with a rich red paint, this helps them select only the ripest peppers for the next step. Now they’re sent straight for processing – workers mash the peppers and sprinkle just the right amount of salt. Once complete, the sauce is left to mature in traditional white oak barrels.
Interesting fact: The barrels used to mature the sauce were previously used as ageing barrels for Jack Daniel’s Tennessee whiskey!
Shake well before use. Try adding a splash to pizzas, eggs and burgers!
Vinegar, Red Pepper and Salt
|Energy||67 kJ / 16 kcal|
|-of which saturates||0.2 g|
|-of which sugars||<0.1 g|
McIlhenny Company, Avery Island, Louisiana, 70513, USA.
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