Can’t decide which hot sauce to nab? We don’t blame you. You shouldn't have to. This 3-Pack collection has you covered. With this collection, you can pick and choose any 3 from our range of hot sauces as detailed below.
Toghu Hot Sauce
A hot sauce paying full homage to the grasslands of Cameroon, its food and its people. When you meet a "Graffi" person, it won't be long before you experience the Toghu regalia, as well as supremely wholesome food and a hearty, hardworking set of people.
Toghu Hot sauce brings all of this together and then some. The chipotle undertones blend incredibly well with the Habanero to deliver a hot and flavourful sensation so good, you will develop deep nostalgia for a place you might never have journeyed to.
N’dorbor Hot Sauce
Everyone needs a good BBQ hot sauce in their kitchen cupboard. Easy as that maybe to say, this can be as hard to find as the perfect pair of jeans. N'Dorbor Hot Sauce comes to put an end to that search. It is the holy grail for any grill or barbecue extravaganza. A fabulous bottle of hot sauce so extraordinary it is ready to rumble whenever you feel the undeniable urge to slather barbecue sauce on something. With the right combination of heat, BBQ flavour and sweetness, there is none of that glorified ketch-up sense about this rare bottle of goodness.
Mami Mary is Etinde House's milder addition to the hot sauce family. Fresh jalapeno, lime and basil handcrafted in small batches. The heat is perfectly balanced with the flavour to allow for use on practically anything! Simple, rare and ridiculously good flavour.
Tad Market Hot Sauce
The Tad Market Hot Sauce is all about the peppers. The heat is bold and packed full of red habanero flavour resulting in a seriously versatile and ridiculously good hot sauce Ideal for the heat seeking foodie, Tad Market is a speedy but classy way to a healthy helping of spice and flavour to any meal.
Vegan friendly & free from additives, preservatives or artificial flavouring
Bottle sizes: 150ml
Once opened, refrigerate and use within 6 weeks of opening