We are hot sauce fanatics. Even my kids LOVE hot stuff! So when I was offered to review Fuego Box for Father’s Day, I couldn’t resist. I just knew my husband would love it! Here are the 5 things I love about this box:
- It comes in a GORGEOUS reusable limited edition rustic wood crate. My daughter just co-opted it, but I’ll retrieve it later and stain it.
- It comes with 6 items – more than I expected, and all are full sized except the super hot one – which you probably shouldn’t have a full bottle of anyway!
- All the goodies that come with.
Dad’s Spicy Box Includes:
-Bee Local Hot Honey: made with single-origin, sustainably-produced Bee Local honey.
-Purple Panda Chili Oil: contains expeller-pressed, non-GMO canola oil!
-Hoff Sauce: This sauce already won awards for 2016, including 1st Place “Louisiana Style” and 2nd Place “Jalapeño Style” at NYC Hot Sauce Expo. 3rd Place “Pepper Blend” at the World Hot Sauce Awards.
-Laguna Salt Smoke Ghost Pepper Salt: We only use sea salt and we’ve never tried a dry rub, so I can’t wait to explore this on homemade fries (sweet potato, maybe?) and chips!
-World’s 1st Dry Hot Sauce by Vesta: The first? Can’t wait to try this one!
-We also got a surprise! A sample of Marie Sharp’s HOTTEST Sauce, “Beware”! Scary but I envision guy friends getting together for taste dares. (Yes, it’s happened before and it’s usually hilarious!)
I’m so excited to get cooking with these samples! We had been dying to hot honey sauce for chicken wings, Hoff Sauce will probably be tossed onto organic popcorn and the dry rubs? I’m envisioning kicking up some pulled pork – my husband’s favorite – up a notch!
Dad’s SpicyBox is available from Fuego Box for $49.95, and contains over $70 worth of goodies! Order today to get guaranteed delivery by Father’s Day (6/17 or 18)!
Fuego Box also has a monthly subscription, starting at $27.95 per month for 3 sauces, or $12.95 for one, or you can order 3 sauces quarterly. They feature craft and small box sauces. A little more about Fuego Box:
Fuego Box wants to bring emerging hot sauces that you’ve probably never heard of to your hot sauce shelf. Focusing on flavor over ‘ass-burning heat’ and avoiding gimmicky hot sauces like the plague.
I love that they are more obsessed with flavor than heat! Artisan sauces…oh, we’ll have a ton of fun grilling with these all summer long! Which flavor would you love to try?