Our sauces are 100% natural. Perfect for those looking for a fully flavored alternative to the mass market hot sauces or dressings usually containing one or more ingredient you can’t pronounce. Our Jalapeno hot sauce is mild and used often as an alternative to salad dressing and for sauteing vegetables. It will add that umami bomb you’re looking for. All of our hot sauces naturally fall into the category of Paleo, Primal and Whole30. Most of them even come up as zero points if you’re on Weight Watchers. But you don’t have to be on a diet to enjoy the amazing flavors of Adoboloco.
MYNAHS BRAH! // VERY MILD // Savory, sweet with the perfect tang. Some say it’s chuggable. Perfect on fried or barbecue chicken and just as comfortable drizzled over a salad.
PINEAPPLE // MED-HOT // Fresh Sweet Hawaiian Pineapple with a smooth Habanero heat. The sweet tang of the pineapple works well with everything from a smoked pulled pork sliders, simple tuna salad sandwich, to a 5 star meal of fresh grilled fish or pizza night. This sauce is dangerously addictive.
HAWAIIAN // HOT // This little pepper packs a punch with flavor and heat. It’s had a huge impact on Hawaii’s wonderful melting pot of culinary treats. It has a wonderful floral flavor making it a compliment to most any dish from breakfast to dinner.
KOLOHEKID (CO-LOW-HEY) // HOT // What all my local aunties used to call me when I was growing up. It’s a Hawaiian word that means naughty; mischievous or rascal. Yes I was all of the above…. Sorry Mom and Dad ;) Now you get the idea behind the name? This sauce could get you in trouble if you hangout with it for too long.
KoloheKid is made with Ghost Peppers and cut with Hawaiian Chili Peppers. The heat is there but it’s a slightly tamer version with layers of depth and flavor.
HAMAJANG // VERY HOT // In Pidgin English it means “messed up”. 60% of the sauce is Kiawe (relative to Mesquite) Smoked fresh Bhut Jolokia ( Ghost Peppers ) and 40% fresh Habanero. So you’re asking what’s messed up about it? Its not the sauce that’s messed up, it could mess you up if you decide to eat to much of it too quickly, it’s HOT!
Maui No Ka Oi (Maui is the best) // 2xVERY HOT sauce is made with pure Trinidad Moruga Scorpion peppers and was first made for our Kickstarter backers. We were able to do another batch of this very flavorful and spicy sauce. If you like flavor and heat in your hot sauce, you’ll love Maui No Ka Oi.
It’s like a hot candy in a bottle with no sugar added. It has a slightly sweet flavor with a hint of watermelon like flavors. Put it on just about anything. We love it on eggs, mac salad, grilled chicken, fried rice, noodles like Pancit, Saimin, Ramen, Chow Fun and it even works great to spice up your spaghetti.
FIYA! FIYA! // VERY HOT // Hotter, hotter, hotter! We decided to crank up the heat for the experienced chiliheads or those that have something to prove. Naturally we never use extracts or sacrifice flavor.
Every so often in your life, there are experiences you never forget. are you ready? Go fo broke with some FIYA!FIYA!
ENJOY RESPONSIBLY! WARNING: TO THE INEXPERIENCED THIS SAUCE IS VERY HOT! USE WITH CAUTION! KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN!
(Make sure you’re on our HOT LIST below, 2021 will see some of these flavors return!)
BANGKOK // MEDIUM // A yummy natural lime flavor occurs in the Thai Peppers. Delicious slathered on everything including a simple turkey sandwich.
Ingredients: Apple Cider Vinegar // Thai Peppers // Sea Salt // Garlic
HABANERO // HOT // Has a very unique flavor pulling the fruity, almost Lilikoi (passion fruit) like flavors from the peppers. So ONO on poké, sashimi, or your favorite fish tacos or seafood.
Ingredients: Apple Cider Vinegar // Habanero Peppers // Sea Salt // Garlic
MANGOES! BUMBYE! // in Pidgin English means “Mangoes Later”. The first thing you’ll taste is the perfect sweet flavor of a ripe mango, then the balance of Habanero heat and flavor. Adoboloco mango hot sauce is perfectly paired with pizza, hot sticky rice, pork chops, smoked pulled pork sliders, braised beef tacos or pretty much any taco for that matter. Also very good on a hot pastrami or Ruben sandwich. Perfect drizzled over Chevre, to eat with crackers.