If you are always on the hunt for gourmet foodie gifts you'll love this hot sauce gift set. Handmade in Portland, Oregon, from all-organic ingredients, these sauces will add a nice kick to everything from eggs and sandwiches to vegetables and meat dishes.
Shaun Winter, the creator of this gourmet hot sauce gift set, works with heirloom peppers and garlic sourced from local farms. He also uses a rare chile that isn't available in supermarkets. All this attention to detail results in bold-flavored sauces with unique flavor profiles.
The hot sauce gift set comes in four varieties: poblano (mild), Hinkelhatz (medium), original (medium-hot), and Orleans (hot). The set retails for $44 and comes with a "know your peppers" tea towel.
Ready to spice up yoru life? You may purchase the hot sauce gift sethere.
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