Haico’s Hot Sauces

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Brand new product!

Canada 150 Honey Mustard BBQ Sauce                                 $13

Specifically for Canada’s 150th, Haico’s Hot Sauce has developed a great new addition to their sauces: Honey Mustard BBQ sauce! This savory and sweet condiment is great for any kind of barbecued dish and is made with Haico’s (In)famous Mustard Menace Hot Sauce. This means that if you want to increase the heat, you can just add a drop of Mustard Menace without compromising the flavour! Enjoy Canada 150 and all your BBQ’s with this great sauce!

Smoked Roma tomatoes, onions, local honey, fresh lemon juice, amber maple syrup, Mustard Menace Hot Sauce, garlic, fresh herbs and spices.


Devil’s Brew                                    $25            heat 5+/5

(not available in stores)

What to make for the avid Hot Sauce lover that is always looking for a hotter sauce with flavour?  I came up with a potentially dangerous concoction of Reaper, Ghost and Moruga Scorpion peppers and no filler peppers to create Devil’s Brew. A very small batch limited edition Hot Sauce that is not available in any stores. It hit the spot as you can see in testimonails!  (Limited Edition)


Canadian Colon Cleanser         $19             heat  5/5

(Available in select stores)

According to Jorge, best enjoyed in the winter while wearing nothing else than underwear while the rest of your family are wearing sweaters. This is a special reserve hot sauce, only available once a year in limited numbers. A concoction of the hottest peppers in the world, Carolina Reaper, Scorpion peppers, Ghost peppers and Habaneros. Not for the faint of heart, but that flavour! Sure to get your endorphins going! (Limited Edition)

Carolina Reaper, Ghost Peppers, Trinidad Scorpion Peppers
Jalapeno, Green and Vidalia Onion
Cider Vinegar, Water
Maple Syrup
Fresh Herbs and Spices


Reaper’s Revenge                      $24                heat 5/5

(Not available in stores)

If you like hot sauce HOT, this will be a keeper.  Sooner or later you will be addicted to the Revenge of this Reaper…made with the hottest peppers in the world, the Carolina Reaper.

Carolina Reaper, Jalapeno, Cayenne
Habanero, Cider Vinegar
Water, Lemon juice, Maple syrup
Fresh Herbs and Spices

Drunken Ghost                          $19                heat 5/5

(Available in select stores)

Presented with a lot of ghost peppers one year, I decided to create a new hot sauce and that is how Drunken Ghost was discovered. Ghost peppers combined with home-made port… What can be better than that! There is a nice heat and the sweetness of the port makes you come back for more every time!  (Limited Edition)

Ghost Peppers
Scotch Bonnet Peppers
Port, Cider Vinegar
Lemon Juice, Water
Fresh Herbs and Spices

First Pickings 2015                    $19                 heat 5/5 for 2015

First batch of hot sauce for 2015….aptly named First Pickings 2015. Contains what we picked the first day….Naga Viper, Habanero, Moruga Scorpion, Ghost and Jalapeno peppers. And fresh apricots purchased at Lansdowne Farmer’s Market. 5 out of 5 on our heat scale for 2015.  (Limited Edition)

Naga Viper, Habanero, Moruga Scorpion
Ghost and Jalapeno Peppers, Cider Vinegar, Water
Maple Syrup, Apricots, Limes, Fresh Herbs and Spices

7 Pot Pain                                  $19                    heat 5/5

Made with 7 Pot Peppers that get their name because one pepper is enough to spice 7 pots of stew…. So I use a pound of these babies per batch. Don’t let the initial lack of heat fool you. This sauce takes about 5 seconds to come to it’s full heat after eating and is besides being an awesome tasting sauce, a great way to prank friends and family.       (Currently Sold out)

Poblano Peppers,  7 Pot Peppers
Onion, Lemon, Lime, Cider Vinegar, Water, Soya Sauce
Fresh Herbs and Spices

Scorpion’s Kiss                      $15                   heat 5/5

Inspired by my good friend, Jorge who mentioned that the sauces I make are great in flavour, but could be more spicy. Be warned, Jorge grew up in a country where they drink hot sauce for breakfast. This sauce is made with fresh Scorpion peppers, currently the second hottest pepper in the world. A combination of fresh herbs and spices and other ingredients will not only give you the burn you desire, but make it a pleasant flavour sensation at the same time.

Ghost Peppers
Trinidad Scorpion Peppers
Jalapenos, Water
Cider Vinegar, Onion
Maple Syrup
Fresh Herbs and Spice

50 Shades of Pain                      $15                    heat 4/5

This is rumoured to be origin of Christian Grey’s twisted mind. A combination of Ghost peppers, 7 Pot peppers, Habanero’s, Jalapeno’s, Hungarian Wax peppers and other fresh ingredients are enough to give anyone deviant desires. Try it at your own risk. Not nearly the hottest sauce of them all, but hot enough to feel the whip tingling your tongue.

Ghost Peppers, Habaneros, 7 Pot Peppers
Jalapeno, Hungarian Wax
Onion, Lemon, Lime, Cider Vinegar, Water, Soya Sauce
Fresh Herbs and Spices

Garlic Ghost                               $15                       heat  4/5

This pepper sauce combines three of the hottest peppers in the world (Naga Viper, Moruga Scorpion and Yellow Ghost) with almost everybody’s favorite,  Garlic!  This well balanced sauce gives you the heat and flavour you would expect from a gourmet hot sauce. Smooth, hot, and a certain way to keep vampires at bay! (Bring it on Count Dracula!!)

Naga Viper, Moruga Scorpion, Ghost peppers
Hungarian Wax peppers, Mango
Cider Vinegar, Water
Mustard, Garlic
Fresh Herbs and Spices

Mustard Menace                       $10                          heat 3/5

Hot mustard has always been a staple in English cooking. With Mustard Menace, hot mustard is getting a whole new meaning. A combination of mustard, mangoes and Habanero’s gives this sauce a great kick that is even enjoyed by people not particularly fond of hot sauce. Great for burgers, hot dogs and fish dishes. Unsurprisingly,  a great hit with Englishman all around the city.

Habaneros, Thai Chilies, Mango, Yellow Mustard
Brown Sugar, Cider Vinegar Fresh Herbs and Spices

Ring of Fire                                 $10                             heat 2/5

Despite it’s name, this is one of the milder hot sauces available through Haico’s Hotsauce. The name comes from the fiery red chilly pepper that is used for this recipe.  The combination of fresh peaches, hot peppers and fresh basil are a sure hit with anyone who likes hot sauce with a smooth flavour.  A great addition to any pasta dish, taco’s, nacho’s and many other meals.

Ring of Fire peppers, Cayenne peppers, Onion,
Peaches, Tomato paste, Cider vinegar, water
Limes, Mirin, Fresh Herbs and Spices

Canadian Jerk                            $10                               heat 1/5

A gateway hot sauce for the aspiring hot sauce lover. If you never had or liked hot sauce before, this is a good sauce to start with. Inspired by my wife and co owner of Haico’s Hotsauce who did not even use pepper on her pork chops before I came into her life. This sauce is mild and even when you do not like spicy stuff, it  will give you a great flavour sensation with a little bit of a bite.

Hungarian Wax Peppers
Onion, Water
Cider Vinegar
Mirin, Soya Sauce
Fresh Herbs and Spices









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