These two California Hot Sauces take you on a spicy journey down the coast of California. Made with jalapeño peppers grown in Oakland community gardens and habanero peppers grown in Los Angeles gardens, these flavors are inspired by the local tastes and spirit of each region. This pairing includes:
1) Los Angeles Habanero Mango Hot Sauce
This California Hot Sauce is as spicy as it is flavorful. Made with mangoes and tamarind paste, this fruity Southeast Asian hot sauce has the consistency of a chutney and the sweetness of a delicious Thai curry. Pairs perfectly with eggs, stir fry, and any soups for a sting of heat balanced by a splash of sweet!
Ingredients: Apple Cider Vinegar, Habanero Peppers, Sugar, Garlic, Onion, Mango Puree, Blood Oj Puree, Tamarind Paste, Salt
2) The Oakland California Raisin Hot Sauce
The Oakland Hot Sauce is a spiced up blend of some of Northern California’s most defining flavors. A fusion of sweet raisins from and smoke paprika, this jalapeño/serrano mixed sauce will add the perfect touch of heat to your dish. Made from peppers grown by gardens in Oakland and Sacramento — this sauce is possible thanks to the hard work of the International Rescue Committee New Roots Farm program, which integrates refugees through urban farming initiatives in California.
We know there is a rivalry between No-Cal and So-Cal. But these two California hot sauces are both on fire! For Hot Ones Fans out there, the Los Angeles Hot Sauce is the same formula as Small Axe Peppers Habanero Mango, but it is made with peppers from local Community Gardens. If you are a Californian, or simply someone with California dreams, this is the two pack for you.