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I like to try different spicey sauces. Something to give food a little more kick.
I picked up a bottle of Matouk's Calypso Sauce in the bahamas. It is bottled in trinidad.

Good color, flavor...but bejeesus, it packs an unexpected powerful punch.
Of course, gotta use it again tonight.
May even add a few drops to my outboard motor....

The Caribbean is a good place for different versions of spicey sauces.
Favorite sauce is probably Tiger Sauce...safe for everything but ice cream and marshmallows

What have you found that kicks butt?
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Amazon Caribbean Habanero is my favorite. It is a pretty good sauce.
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I try to find the locally made ones in local markets.
They're fun to try.
The supermarket ones are the same the world over.
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Marie Sharp's Habenero. Made in Belize. Carrot-based and unique. I'm addicted to it. Outside of Belize/Guatemala, you need to order it - https://www.drchilepepper.com/marie-...o-pepper-sauce

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Ferment your own peppers and make your own. Silly easy and could be done on the boat. You’d only need a blender, maybe a sieve. I have a homemade sriracha underway, with Fresno peppers, right now. Will be bottled by next week (only takes two weeks or so)

It’s basically an old fashioned food preservation technique. No yeast added, it’s found naturally on any veg. You just add a salt, sometimes water.

Want it hotter? Just add a hanenero or two or three to the fermentation. Sweeter, add some fruit to the blender. Thinner, add some vinegar (the fermentation creates its own acid, btw). Potential is endless.
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Yeah...maries and belikin = belize
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Marie Sharp's Habenero. Made in Belize. Carrot-based and unique. I'm addicted to it. Outside of Belize/Guatemala, you need to order it - https://www.drchilepepper.com/marie-...o-pepper-sauce

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A bit on the sweet side, but, I like Salsa Lizano on beans and eggs in the morning. It is from Costa Rica.

https://www.ticoshopping.com/Lizano-Salsa

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