The scotch bonnet is originally from the Caribbean and has his name due to the resemblance with the scotch hat. When ripe the fruits turn yellow or even light orange
Finely tuned together chili breeds in a fiery-aromatic 'Limited Edition' Hot Sauce.
Five super-hot Caribbean Chilis are united in a hot sauce. Simply wonderful!
Some of the hottest Chilis are united in this sauce. Burn, baby, burn!
Scotch Bonnet Chilis blend with Caribbean spices to a taste experience just like under the palm trees!
Nice, thick sauce made by the Caribbean recipe. With tropical-fiery Scotch Bonnet Chilies, finely tuned with mustard, onions, garlic and spices.
Try the Caribbean fiery gourmet hot sauce with scotch bonnets - the fiery, Caribbean cousin of the habaneros.
NEW - Cult sauce that is not only present in the fetish scene and makes for a good bad taste present! In the USA this Hot Sauce can be found again and again in the rankings!
Tiki Bar with its fruity notes goes a step higher. This heated up version is the right thing for those who like it hot. A round with some serious fire.
Perfect for the Jamaican kitchen - fruity flavor and not too hot, this is why this Chilli is very well suited for sauces as well! The plant grows to about 80-100 cm
The spiced-up version of the Florida Gator Sauce, with Habaneros, Scotch Bonnets, Jalapenos and spices. For when chicken wings, pizza and grilled food have to pack a punch. Heat (1-10): 6
The burning heat of the Scotch Bonnet united with the fruity taste of dark berries.