If this sauce had a personality it would be the raving lunatic in a 1970's maverick cop thriller such as Dirty Harry. You know the guy, blonde hair, weird scars, live with his mammy, chops up women at night. Like our bad guy, this sauce has an intriguing look, it draws you in, it is all purple and sweet and pretty. Even when you first taste it, you will enjoy a mild plumminess with just a tiny hint of something a little evil lurking in the background. That's the faint aroma and taste of Scotch Bonnet - a pepper that smells like it has been hiding in the wardrobe waiting for you to come home. And then it attacks. And it attacks. And it attacks. Are you feeling lucky punk?
Any idiot can make sweet chilli sauce. You simply mix the cheapest white sugar with the cheapest white vinegar and some dried chilli flakes. The add a bucket load of chemicals for 30-year shelf life and sell it by the truck load. However, it takes a special kind of idiot to make sweet chilli sauce from expensive raw cane sugar, fresh European chillies, fermented European garlic, and Irish apple cider vinegar. We are that idiot and this is the best sweet chilli sauce in existence.
Collar of Gold is the only mild Irish rapeseed oil. Made from virgin oil, from seed grown by Irish farmers, it is 100% natural and high in omegas 3 and 6. This unique Irish kitchen and table oil has a mild taste, a pale golden colour and is suitable for both cold and high temperature uses.
Perfect on wings, fish, pizza, and pasta Great Northern Larder's Garlic Sauce opens your taste buds and blows your mind with a delectable mix of fresh garlic and fresh cayenne peppers. It's not so hot as to be painful, but it is damn tasty.
Scotch BBQ presents us with moral and ethical dilemmas. You see we feel obliged to advise you that there are a number of our customers who are completely and utterly addicted to this condiment. We have heard stories of people on a massive sugar high strung out on Scotch BBQ just repeatedly saying the word "pork". It takes over whole families, starting with middle-aged men who like to BBQ. However, within a week grannies are putting it on their ham, grandkids are dipping their nuggets in it, and the trendy ladies who lunch are pretending to be sticking to Slimming World whilst secretly upending Scotch BBQ onto their prawn sandwiches.