Susie’s hot sauces are a hidden gem. Never widely available beyond the sun-kissed island of Antigua, word is spread of this fantastic range of sauces only by those lucky enough to have visited the island and have become addicted to the wonderful island flavours.
Susie’s award winning original flavour was created by Aunt Susie in her kitchen with her own special recipe over 40 years ago and remains in the family to this day – Rosie, Susies daughter and current owner was recently awarded an MBE for services to the food industry.
Anyway, enough about the history – let’s talk about the flavour! What we love about Susies sauces are the rustic homemade style. You get big chunks of yellow and red Scotch Bonnet peppers in the sauce, batched vary in consistency and color, yet the delicious flavour of Scotch Bonnets is always the first thing that hits you. There’s not too much sharpness with the vinegar (often a problem in mass produced Scotch Bonnet sauces) but instead the spices compliment the natural flavours perfectly.
This classic west indian style sauce has a delicious flavour and is excellent as a condiment with every meal, but especially good with grilled meat and fish.
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