Salt-free, sugar-free hot sauces & seasoning
Where can I buy Scoville Warming Texas Hot Sauce?
1. Shop online here.
2. Check our Events page, Facebook and Instagram posts to learn where we’ll pop up next.
3. Visit our Retailers.
4. Find Sue at a random networking event and ask if she has any in her purse.
5. Watch for Bob and he might let you have the bottle he’s carrying in his hot sauce holster. (In Texas, we open carry our hot sauce!)
Can I buy it by the case?
Yes. That would truly warm our hearts. Yours too. Order "The Dozen" and get a case of 12 five-ounce bottles. If you are a retailer and want to discuss wholesale pricing, let's talk!
What flavors do you have?
We offer our Original Recipe, Green Apple Chipotle, and Mango. And there's always some experimentation going in our kitchen. So if you want more heat, pour it on. If you want it milder, use less or dilute it. Or if you can't stand the heat, give your bottle to someone who can. Because everybody knows somebody who likes hot sauce.
Is it organic?
We use fresh ingredients, and our products are lab tested for pH and nutrient values. No sugar, no salt, no gluten, no preservatives. Keto-friendly. Locally sourced whenever possible. We decided not to hunt for 100% organic sources. We'd still be hunting and you'd be hot-sauce deprived.
How hot is it?
Our sauces have been lab tested based on the Scoville Scale, which measures the heat of chile peppers. All are rated under 3,000 Scoville Heat Units.
How many calories per serving?
You can count ‘em on one hand. Five. Now go wash your hand, or you’ll get hot sauce all over your screen.
What's the shelf life?
Per product testing lab, 2 years. We've kept some much longer, opened and unopened. But as Bob says, if it takes you that long to use it, you're not using it right!
Do you have recipes?
Do we have recipes? Darlin’, we have a whole file of recipes. We gather more from foodie fans every day.
What is a Scoville?
The Scoville Scale was created by American pharmacist Wilbur Scoville in 1912. A Scoville unit measures the pungency of a chile pepper. Who is Wilbur?
Why do I see ‘chile’ spelled so many different ways?
Per the Chile Pepper Institute at New Mexico State University, "the spelling of the word ‘chile’ has a long and varied history. Chile comes from the term chilli that comes from the Aztec Nahuatl language." The Spanish spelling was later changed to chile by Spanish-speaking Mexicans and chili in the United States. The Chili Pepper Institute uses the term chile to refer to the plant or fruit from the plant, while the term chili refers to a culinary dish consisting of a meat, beans (OK, beans are debatable), tomatoes and chile powder.