Agave Nectar in hot sauce?
That's right! Agave is one of our key flavor ingredients that gives Tabanero a subtle sweetness and the distinct flavor we have become known for. The sweetness of the agave also helps accentuate other flavors and balances out the head of the habanero peppers.
What are the effects of being an all natural hot sauce?
Being all natural, our ingredients can sometimes separate and the pepper extracts rise to the top. Don't worry if you see separation, just shake it up and you're good to go. If you don't shake, just be ready for a little extra spice. Because we are all natural and do not use any preservatives or chemicals in Tabanero, our flavor can sometimes vary depending on the weather conditions of our crops. The best part of being all natural is that Tabanero is ALL NATURAL … as in healthy!.
Like a fine wine.
Tabanero's flavor matures as it ages. The color gets a little darker and the flavor gets richer. But don't worry, there are enough natural preservatives such as the lime juice, salt and peppers to keep it fresh for years.
But I thought Tabasco, was "Tabasco".
Tabanero hot sauce is from the state of Tabasco, Mexico and has no affiliation with the hot sauce made in Louisiana named Tabasco Hot Sauce.
I hate the taste of vinegar!
So do we, that's why we don't have any vinegar taste in Tabanero hot sauce.
That's a funny name.
Tabanero was named after the state of Tabasco, Mexico and the habanero pepper. Combining the two words: Tabasco + Habanero = Tabanero.
The Mayans used to rub peppers on their gums to relieve toothaches. We have heard that taking a shot of hot sauce will clear out your sinuses. If you do either of those two remedies, you should probably video tape it and send us the video, so we can know for sure if they work or not.