1542, this is the year that Francisco de Orellana arrived at the mouth of the Amazon River in search of gold and cinnamon. He eventually went on to become the first known person to navigate the entire length of the river. and it was in this region that the Chocolate Habanero pepper, also known as the Black Congo, is believed to have its origins.
Fiery and earthy, 1542 Southwest Habanero hot sauce features this pepper and its high heat comes alive within a blend of natural garlic and cumin flavors.
It's great on just about everything, but give it a crack on burgers, ribs, wings and the good ol' bowl of chili con carne.
Ingredients: Chocolate habanero peppers, cider vinegar, carrot concentrate, water, onion, brown sugar, garlic, sea salt, cumin, natural gum.