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Belfast Redhead

Our original sauce inspired by my daughter’s hair colour . What started off as a bit of humour has now become our biggest seller at food events. Sweet carrot combined with warming ginger and cumin make this sauce perfect for roast veg, couscous, and barbecued food. The fruitiness and morish heat provided by our homegrown Habanero Chillies make this the go-to winter warmer.

£3.50£4.50
Belfastard

What’s in a name? Well this name says it all. It’s our hottest sauce yet and its got attitude. Sweet roasted peppers and a generous lashing of Carolina Reapers, the world’s hottest pepper, make this sauce more than just heat and vinegar. The fruity flavour of the Ancho chilli marries well here with our Armagh apple cider vinegar to provide a pocket-size bottle of flavoursome fire. Perfect fit or your handbag or manbag too.

£3.50£4.50
Bonfire Chipotle

A dark, smoky sauce with a deep flavour which is perfect for barbecues. It uses 2 of the ‘Holy Trinity’ of Mexican peppers, the Ancho & Pasilla combined with the Chipotle which is smoked Jalapeno to add richness to any dish.

£3.50£4.50
Botanic

It’s big, it’s green and its named after the Botanic Gardens in Belfast. Splash it on your salad, drizzle on your tacos or drop into some natural yogurt for a zippy dip. This is a medium heat sauce but it is huge on flavour and the Ghost Peppers add that little bit of fire at the end.

£3.50£4.50
Hot House

Inspired by the tropical ravine in the hothouse in Botanic Gardens in Belfast this is simplicity itself. Just goes to show that you don’t need a lot of ingredients when it comes to putting a sauce together. Due to the high fructose content in the pears, this is perfect for marinades where the sauce carmelizes with the application of heat giving your dish a whole other flavour profile. On its own, it is the reach-for condiment preferred by the restaurants that we supply as well as our biggest seller in specialist food shops. Great with pizza crusts, falafels or nachos and that’s just for starters (or mains lol). The Scorpions really do have a sting in the tail which is why you chili-heads keep coming back for more.

£3.50£4.50
Pain in the Hole!£7.50
Samson

This sauce takes its name from the world-famous yellow crane in Harland & Wolff shipyard in Belfast. The one that built the Titanic. It’s big, it’s robust and of course its yellow. Ireland is an island and our shores have an abundance of sea vegetables. Here we have combined a local favourite ‘dulse’ with mango and pineapple which is both salty and sweet with a Habanero kick. The Habs also throw their sweetness into the mix and there are some floral notes with the dried petals from my very own Rosa Rugosa rose bush. Bring egg dishes to life with a dollop of this or use it as an accompaniment for your cheeseboard.

£3.50£4.50