Fermented red scotch bonnet peppers, salt, and vinegar
Though the name may sound fancy because it resembles a Scotsman’s bonnet, scotch bonnets are filled with a wholesome punch of heat and flavorful goodness. As a close relative of the habañero peppers, scotch bonnets have a more tamed heat than its kin but are relatively spicier than jalapeño peppers. Scotch bonnets are also popular in giving the spiciness certain Caribbean dishes are known for.
Scoville Heat Unit (SHU): 150,000 – 325,000
Scoville Heat Level: 10
Locally Grown and Produced
Pepper Juan takes pride as a local company that sources its ingredients directly from farmers. It takes care of its producers as it mindfully selects only the best ingredients in each chili sauce recipe. Locally fermented, Pepper Juan makes any meal or dip a gustatory delight.
How to Use
- Use with any meat dish like chicken and pork.
- Add in salsas and marinades.
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