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Cayenne

Feb 17, 2021

[REVIEW] Artisan Ferments Fermented Chilli Sauce

Tom has lived up to his brand name and created a truly artisanal product. This chilli sauce is naturally fermented fo...

Feb 17, 2021

ChilliBOM Red Box Autumn 2021

Bust a Move Edition While many of us are still not allowed to bust out those signature moves on the dance floor, whic...

Nov 18, 2020

ChilliBOM Red Box Summer 2020

Something Old Everything New Edition This all-Australian fourth birthday Red Box features an old favourite of ours t...

Feb 17, 2020

ChilliBOM Red Box Autumn 2020

The All-Rounder Edition In this edition we feature three hot sauces that can best described as great all-rounders – hot sauces made to be used anywhere and everywhere. We start with the amazing Secret Aardvark hot sauce from Portland where ChilliBOM is proud to now be the official Australian distributor of the brand. We then have the mouth-watering Basketcase Gourmet Firestarter from Melbourne made using seven different kinds of chilli and then there is the small batch rich-tomato Brisbane heat bomb that is Jose Montezuma. These are made to be used anywhere and everywhere so happy pouring!

Feb 17, 2020

[REVIEW] Basketcase Gourmet Firestarter Hot Sauce

If you just go off the ingredient list you would be mistaken in thinking that this is a simply made hot sauce but there in lies its beauty and the inherent cleverness in its creator Kate. Basketcase Gourmet Firestarter is blend of 7 different chillies so your whole mouth is hit at once with a moreish chilli heat.

Nov 16, 2019

[REVIEW] Kaitaia Fire Chili Pepper Sauce

I discovered Kaitaia Fire on a trip to New Zealand about 5 years ago and have finally managed to get this stocked at ChilliBOM! All chillies are locally NZ grown in the "Winterless Far North" of Kaitaia, which is at the very North of the North Island of New Zealand. 

Nov 16, 2019

ChilliBOM Red Box Summer 2019

Bang those bongos, this Red Box showcases three hot sauces from Fiji, Australia and NZ. Fiji Fire is the only known hot sauce made with the native Fijian Bongo chilli, and club members are the first to get exclusive access to this hot sauce in Australia. Kaitaia Fire is the last of our NZ features for 2019 and this one is a personal favourite, so I really hope you enjoy it, and if you haven’t been introduced to the Red Clipper range of hot sauces then say hello to the Habanero and Green Papaya. BONGO! BONGO! BONGO! 

Aug 14, 2019

[REVIEW] Orcona Fire in the Hole

I love trying hot sauce when travel and I discovered Orcona sauces while I was in NZ in 2018 in a corner store in the town of Whitford. After trying the sauces, I immediately got in contact with Tricia and Alvin about how we could get them onto the ChilliBOM store and into the Red Box.

May 16, 2019

ChilliBOM Winter 2019 Red Box

The ‘Dimension’ edition Red Box features 3 hot sauces across the taste spectrum – savoury, smoky, sweet(ish) and all with a good dose of heat! We have an example of a sauce that uses a few simple ingredients to create layers of flavour to another that uses an abundance of ingredients to create a sauce with an intense depth of flavour and lastly a sauce that use a whole different “cooking” process to create dimension and complexity.

May 16, 2019

[Review] The Ferm Hot Sauce

The capsicum and chilli are definitely the heroes, each combining to give it a very earthy flavour, this then is finished off with a little hit of lime. The heat builds at the back of the throat and has a nice lingering burn thanks to the Ghost Pepper.

Aug 30, 2018

[REVIEW] The Chilli Project Signature Blend Hot Sauce

The Chilli Project Signature Blend Hot Sauce This hot sauce was first launched in late 2017 and can be best described...

Aug 26, 2018

Common as Cayenne

You know the flavour and you’ve heard the name, or at the very least you’ve seen it in the supermarket or on your mum’s spice rack. Cayenne chilli peppers are one of the most commonly powdered chillies you’ll see around. They’re also the most common chilli flake you’ll find in the markets. So when you want a kick up from the average chilli powder, cayenne powder is what you need. Scoville scale (SHUs) 30,000 to 50,000 SHUs Claim to Fame Spread throughout the world in the 15th Century and today used in a variety of different cuisines. Most common chilli powder found in supermarkets
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