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Born To Hula Cayenne Hot Sauce - 5 ounce bottle
Cayenne, Jalapeño, Aged Red Peppers, Chipotle & Ancho Peppers are the forerunners of heat in the following sauces. Sauces in this section include Huy Fong Sriracha Hot Chili Sauce and Iguana Mean Green Jalapeño Pepper Sauce!

Born To Hula Cayenne Hot Sauce - 5 ounce bottle

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$8.99

SKU:B17

  • Buy 3 for $7.99 each and save 12%
  • Buy 12 for $6.99 each and save 23%

Availability: In stock

Market Price $9.99


Our Low Price $8.99


Special Price for 3 Bottles $23.97 - Save $6.00 Bottle Price $7.99


Fantastic Price for 12 Bottles $83.88 - Save $36.00 Bottle Price $6.99


Born To Hula Cayenne Hot Sauce - BTH's take on a Louisiana style hot sauce is Cayenne Hot Sauce. Made with fresh Red Bell Peppers, garlic, lime juice,
vinegar and perfectly Aged Cayenne Mash, the versatility of this "highly addictive" everyday sauce will blow you away! Suggested on: Pizza, Wings,
Eggs.


Awards:



  • 2012 1st Place Louisiana style "Lenny Awards"


  • 2012 1st Place Cayenne "The Hot Pepper Awards"


  • 2013 1st Place Cayenne "Chile Pepper Awards"


  • 2013 3rd Place Cayenne "Fiery Food Challenge" 


From New Jersey


Ingredients: Distilled white vinegar, Red Bell Pepper, Cayenne Peppers, garlic, salt, onion powder, cumin & lime juice

 




 


 

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Market Price $9.99

Our Low Price $8.99

Special Price for 3 Bottles $23.97 - Save $6.00 Bottle Price $7.99

Fantastic Price for 12 Bottles $83.88 - Save $36.00 Bottle Price $6.99

Born To Hula Cayenne Hot Sauce - BTH's take on a Louisiana style hot sauce is Cayenne Hot Sauce. Made with fresh Red Bell Peppers, garlic, lime juice, vinegar and perfectly Aged Cayenne Mash, the versatility of this "highly addictive" everyday sauce will blow you away! Suggested on: Pizza, Wings, Eggs.

Awards:

  • 2012 1st Place Louisiana style "Lenny Awards"
  • 2012 1st Place Cayenne "The Hot Pepper Awards"
  • 2013 1st Place Cayenne "Chile Pepper Awards"
  • 2013 3rd Place Cayenne "Fiery Food Challenge" 

From New Jersey

Ingredients: Distilled white vinegar, Red Bell Pepper, Cayenne Peppers, garlic, salt, onion powder, cumin & lime juice
 


 

 

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