Scratch Fine Foods - Hot Sauce No.1, Barrel-Aged, 150mlBrand - Scratch Fine Foods
Bring that wow factor to every dish with Scratch Fine Foods Barrel Aged Hot Sauce No.1. Packed with flavour, heat and tang, this sauce sends you to another dimension!
- Smooth and spicy with a perfectly balanced acidic tang
- Aged in a Buffalo Trace bourbon barrel
- Only made from Vegan and Gluten-free goodness
- Celiac friendly and Nut-free
- Based in Vancouver
Scrap that tabasco and grab yourself Scratch Fine Foods Barrel-Aged Hot Sauce No.1. Not just any average hot sauce. This divine masterpiece has been bourbon-barrel fermented, leaving a deliciously smooth hot tang on your tastebuds.
Locally sourced and made, the Barrel-Aged Hot Sauce ingredients have been carefully selected. The result? Only the best culinary experience!
The hot peppers are sourced from all over the Okanagan, with the cayenne variety selected from Scratch Fine Foods' dear market friends. When you eat Scratch Fine Foods, you’re bound to support some local businesses, too!
Enjoy the delicious bourbon-barrel fermented hot sauce as a simple condiment. Dash a few splodges on sandwiches, crackers or on top of your favourite vegan cheese. Burritos, tacos, drizzle it on pizza, you name it! This hot sauce brings that WOW factor.
If you’re feeling experimental, sprinkle a few drops on some avo, a drizzle of olive and a crackling of salt and pepper. What are you waiting for? Grab yours now!
Cayenne pepper, Habanero pepper, Cherry bomb pepper, Salt, Vinegar, Xanthan gum
Frequently Asked Questions
How did Scratch Fine Foods begin?
Born from two passionate foodies, Dominique and Joseph birthed Scratch Fine Foods. Humbled by the pure and simple process of fermentation, they started to experiment on all sorts of foods. You’ll find all sorts of weird and wonderful products, some you didn’t even know could be fermented!
What started off as a small market stall, grew larger with the support of family and friends. What’s even better is they support their local market traders by using their local produce.