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ChilliBOM Autumn 2019 Red Box

The "Traffic Light" Edition

The ‘traffic light’ edition Red Box is a tribute to the diversity of hot sauce - the many styles, chillies, ingredients and colours that make up this spicy world. The box features an old-school Jamaican hot sauce, a passionfruit based Mexican-style hot sauce and the unlikely, but delicious, modern pairing of kiwifruit and habanero.

Walkerswood Jamaican Firestick Pepper Sauce (St Ann, Jamaica) 2 and a half ChilliBOMs out of 5

Chilli: West Indian red Chilli aka Caribbean Red Chilli

This hot sauce is best described in just a few words “Hot, tangy with a little sweet”. There is a great balance between the heat from the chilli, the sweet from the cane sugar and the sour tang from the vinegar that gives this sauce a timeless flavour. The chillies used are the local West Indian Red Chilli which are a rarer variety of chilli originating from Antigua and Barbados. Before my deep dive into the world of hot sauce the flavour profile of this sauce was what defined hot sauce for me, and I find I sometimes can’t help but keep going back to it. This sauce is perfect for poached eggs, soup or pizza but also a classic sauce for a Bloody Mary. [See the full review]

Diablo Sunrise Ghost Hot Sauce (Sydney, NSW AUSTRALIA) 3 out of 5 ChilliBOMs

Chilli: Bhut Jolokia (Ghost Pepper)

Instagram: @diablosunrise

After habanero based hot sauces, I am a big fan of hot sauces made with the Bhut Jolokia. They have an earthy fruity flavour with a heat that is slightly sharper than the habanero but that likes to linger at the back of the throat similar to habanero. Mike from Diablo Sunrise has brought the best of the ghost chilli to this Mexican style sauce. The ghost chilli is the first thing you smell when you open the bottle and also the first thing you taste followed by a white onion sweetness mixed with a subtle tropical hit from the passionfruit and lime. The obvious choice for this hot sauce is Mexican food but also is great with grilled chicken straight up or in a burger. [Read the full review]

Kaitaia Fire Waha Wera Kiwifruit and Habanero Hot Sauce (Katoomba, NSW, AUSTRALIA) 3 out of 5 ChilliBOMs

Chilli:  Habanero

Instagram: @kaitaiafire

I have been sharing this sauce with friends for a few years now and the first reaction anyone ever has to this sauce is a perplexed look followed by exclaiming "Kiwifruit hot sauce" then there is an eagerness to try that, luckily, does not disappoint! The kiwifruit gives this sauce a really fresh and unique fruity aroma and flavour and when its combined with the even, and lingering, heat of the habanero you have a perfect match…this bottle will be empty in no-time. This sauce seems to just work really well with anything deep-fried but you should also try it as a salad dressing. [Read the full review]

Subscribe today to get your hands on the Autumn 2019 Red Box available from February 2019 to April 2019 (or while stocks last)! Or find out a bit more about ChilliBOM and How it Works.

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