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.
The Hawaiian Chili Pepper is from the same strain of pepper as the Tabasco, Piri Piri, Bird’s Eye and Thai. It has a great almost floral flavor and the heat builds to HOT making it a compliment to most any dish from breakfast to dinner.
Heat Index: 6 of 10
Size: 5 fl. oz.
Ingredients: Apple Cider Vinegar, Chili Pepper, Sea Salt, Garlic.
This hot sauce is: Sugar Free, Thickener Free, Oil Free (Besides natural chili oil from the peppers), Xanthan Gum Free, Gluten Free, Preservative Free, and Soy Free.