April 2017 Fuego Box review time!
Fuego Box is a hot sauce club that introduces you to a new selection of sauces every month. When you subscribe, you’ll receive the best artisanal/small batch hot sauces on the market. Instead of focusing on gimmicky labeling or straight up crazy heat, they instead choose the most dynamic flavors with just the right amount of hotness.
Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate and/or referral links.
Subscriptions are available monthly and quarterly, with the choice of 1 or 3 bottles per box. Prices start at $12.95/month. When you choose the 3-bottle monthly option, your first box will include 2 sauces and a mini-tasting notebook. Every box after will contain 3 full bottles. — For a limited time, you can save $10 on your first box with coupon code “AMIGOS“!
Let’s check out the April 2017 Fuego Box!
The bottles were shipped in a bright red box protected by a bubble mailer to ensure that everything stayed in tact during transit.
A peek inside!
An info card listed all of the sauces, as well as a little background info on each one and suggestions on how to best enjoy them.
This unique sauce was developed specifically for Fuego Box subscribers! It features a spicy combination of Vermont grown/crafted peppers, beer, and maple syrup along with other all natural ingredients. The info card states that this sauce is what sriracha would taste like if it were made with dark beer instead of garlic. They suggest trying it on eggs, sandwiches, or added to homemade sauces & salad dressings.
A small batch sauce hand-bottled in Chattanooga, TN by husband and wife team “Hoff” and “Pepper”. This versatile condiment is made with a blend of peppers including jalapeños, habanero, and chipotle. Enjoy it on sandwiches, pizza, burgers, tacos, and more. I actually tried it tonight on my vegan chicken tenders and it was very spicy, but good. 🙂
Inspired by a traditional West Indian recipe, this sauce includes plenty of fresh Scotch bonnet peppers. It also features garlic, apple cider vinegar, and turmeric for a unique twist. Mix some into a marinade, spice up a bowl of soup, use as a dipping sauce for fries, or anything else that could use a little kick.
What do the stars mean?
★ = Crummy ★★ = Just Okay ★★★ = Good ★★★★ = Awesome ★★★★★ = Extraordinarily Awesome