Three Scotch Bonnet Hot Sauces That You Must Try

| Last Updated: September 5, 2019 |

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It’s no secret that scotch bonnet peppers are a big favorite at PepperScale. They bring a habanero-like spiciness, but layer in sweetness and fruitiness that makes this pepper extra special. There are quite a few scotch bonnet hot sauce options out there, but we’ve got a few favorites here to share with you.

They all bring big flavor and a nice slap of heat all in one – perfect for Caribbean meals or other tropical dishes. You’ll even find the hint of sweetness – especially when paired with mustard in the sauce – works on more conventional dishes like burgers and eggs. Check them out.

Dave’s Gourmet Scotch Bonnet Hot Sauce

Dave’s hot sauces always get rave reviews. They are hands down one of the top makers of specialty hot sauces around. We love this scotch bonnet hot sauce for its pairing with peach. It brings out that fruity sweetness within the pepper so very well. In terms of spice, this is definitely closer to a medium hot sauce than high heat.

Professor Phardtpounders Colon Cleaner Hot Sauce

Yes, the name is enough reason to pick this bottle up. It definitely brings some laughs to the table. But behind the collectable label is a really tasty mustard-based hot sauce. It’s a medium-heat mix of scotch bonnet and habanero peppers, along with both yellow mustard and Dijon. Try a few drops anywhere you’d typically use either of those condiments.

Melinda’s Scotch Bonnet Hot Sauce

Now Melinda’sis definitely a taste of the Caribbean. It’s chock full of tropical fruit flavors – passion fruit and papaya are layered in with the scotch bonnet sweetness. There’s a level of tartness to it too due to a hint of lime. It’s a complex sauce that’s a perfect pairing for those West Indies meals.

Matt Bray

Matt Bray

Chief Chilihead at Cindermint
Founder of PepperScale and Cindermint LLC. Sucker for a good scotch bonnet. Spicy food super-fan. Current fiery fascination: Datil hot sauces.

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