JALAPENO // MILD // We consider to be a flavor enhancer (umami). It can be used when sauteing, as a salad dressing, dip, condiment and so much more.
PINEAPPLE // MED // Sweet 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 // MED-HOT // The Hawaiian Chili pepper has been in Hawaii for over 100 years. It was originally introduced to Hawaii by the Portuguese immigrants moving here to work in the cane fields. 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. You can find it growing wild almost anywhere. People use it when preparing so many different local dishes.
KoloheKid // HOT // (Hot Ones – Season 8) KOLOHE (CO-LOW-HEY) 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.
HAMAJANG // VERY HOT // (Hot Ones – Season 5) In Pidgin English means “messed up”. The sauce is Kiawe (relative to Mesquite) fresh smoked Bhut Jolokia ( Ghost Peppers ) and fresh smoked Habanero. So you’re asking what’s messed up about it? It’s not the sauce that’s messed up but it could mess you up if you decide to eat too much of it at once, it’s HOT!
MAUI NO KA OI // VERY SEASONAL // SUPER HOT // 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! // Extremely HOT // Featured on Hot Ones Season 10