POG // MED // PINEAPPLE ORANGE GUAVA // Try POG on fish tacos, kalua pig sliders, roasted veggies, pizza, wings, charcuterie, fire grilled chicken or pork, burgers, ribs, wraps and more. The original POG (Passion Fruit, Orange, Guava) was created on Maui by Mary Soon, who worked for Haleakala Dairy on Maui, Hawaii back in the early 70’s. We’re from Maui, OG POG is from Maui, and this sauce is a nod to the original, but with a twist. Our combination hits all those nostalgic flavor points with a little kick.
JALAPENO CHICO // MED-HOT // HINT of LIME & Smoked Jalapeno Garlic Taco Sauce // Jalapeño Chico taco sauce goes exceptionally well with tacos, breakfast sandwiches, eggs, avocado toast, Bloody Marys, pizza, nachos, burritos, taco rice, huevos rancheros, chilaquiles, migas, oyster shooters and so much more. Try it once, you’ll be asking for more.
HOUSE SMOKED & GROUND PAPRIKA // VERY MILD // This paprika is a labor of love. It takes a lot of work to get the desired result. The fresh pods are picked at the peak of ripening in Spain, de-stemmed, carefully slow dried and then sent to us. I use the same Kiawe wood I use when smoking the Ghost and Habanero peppers for our Hamajang. The smoking process is a very low and slow cold smoking in my custom offset chili pepper smoker. I designed the smoker and had it custom built. Once the pods are done smoking, we unload and grind everything fresh in small batches and pack in an air tight spice bottle for your enjoyment.
MYNAHS BRAH! // VERY MILD // MYNAHS BRAH! is a smooth flavorful blend of roasted Jalapeño, sweet chili pods cultivated specifically for flavor with little to no heat, honey, fresh garlic and sea salt. We’ve made the really hot stuff, now it’s time for some sauce just about anyone can handle.
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.
MARIONBERRY SPLASH! // MED // Oregon Marionberries are unique and amazing, they’re bursting with flavor and we feature it upfront in this sauce. Try it with: Charcuterie, Steak, Panini, Pizza, Hot/Cold Deli Sandwiches, Cocktails, Wings, Grilled Chicken, Fish Tacos, Wraps, Burgers, Pork Chops, Ribs and so much more.
ISLAND WINGS // MED // This is an ALOHA flavor bomb! Featured on Hot Ones Season 18’s #2 sauce! Infused with tropical flare thanks to fire-roasted pineapple. The caramelized pineapple takes on a whole new level of sweet goodness, then is blitzed with Cayenne peppers until it becomes silky smooth perfection. The perfect mild hot sauce for summer eats or when you want to be transported to an island paradise any time of the year.
MANGOES! BUMBYE! // MED // SOLD OUT 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.
PINEAPPLE // MED // Sweet Pineapple with a smooth Habanero heat. The sweet tang of the pineapple works well with everything from 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.
TACO!TACOH! // MED & HOT // HINT OF SMOKE & JALAPENO TACO SAUCE // Craveable? Yes, TACO!TACOH! goes amazingly well with tacos, breakfast sandwiches, eggs, avocado toast, Bloody Marys, pizza, nachos, burritos, taco rice, huevos rancheros, chilaquiles, migas, oyster shooters and so much more. Try it once, you’ll be craving more.
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
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