This sauce was introduced to me by family while staying in a cottage on Sunset Beach, N. Carolina. There’s a small fresh local seafood market on the mainland called Bill’s Seafood that offers a selection of typical hot sauces, but this is the one everyone loves.
It is a great tasting sauce that has some kick! Very flavorful with a good vinegar tang. Heavy on the black pepper. This is the kinds of sauce that can really go on anything, beef, chicken and seafood. This would make a great wing sauce due to the vinegary nature of the sauce, and the label includes a recipe for ‘Gator Wings’.
Made in Feloa, Florida (USA), this sauce is a blend of aged cayenne peppers and black pepper.
Taste: The cayenne & black peppers are prominent, with a vinegary tang.
Heat Level: This is is fairly hot, but not so hot that you couldn’t dust off a whole mess of wings covered in this sauce.
Texture: This sauce slightly thick. It pours nicely without being overly runny. You can see loads of black pepper and a good amount of cayenne pepper seeds.
Ingredients: Aged cayenne peppers, vinegar, assorted crushed & ground peppers, garlic, salt, other spices.