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How hot is your salsa???

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Tomatillos have a tangy, citrus like flavor. In addition to being related to the tomato, they are also related to the ground cherry, which they look like. Like the ground cherry, they can be eaten raw, but are usually cooked, which brings out the best flavor. They are principally used in Mexican salsas, either taking the place of tomatoes or occasionally being used in combination with tomatoes. Salsa verde, or green salsa, usually gets its green color from the use of tomatillos.

Tomatillo - Tomatillos, Jalapeno Peppers, Onion, Salt, Vinegar, Cilantro, Garlic


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Salsa ranchera, "ranch-style sauce": made with tomatoes, various chilies, and spices. Typically served warm, it possesses a thick, soupy quality. Though it contains none, it imparts a characteristic flavor reminiscent of black pepper

Ranchera - Tomatoes, Arbol Peppers, Onion, Salt, Vinegar, Vegetable Oil, Garlic

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A big seller along with the other red salsas, this very unique salsa has  a savory, smoky flavor.


Pocha - Tomatoes, Chipotle Peppers, Onion, Vinegar, Salt, Garlic

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Distinctive and flavorful with a zip

Medium - Tomatoes, Jalapeno Peppers, Onion, Cilantro, Vinegar, Salt, Garlic

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This extravagant salsa is a perfect blend of ingredients with a slight bite to it.

Mild - Tomatoes, Jalapeno Peppers, Onion, Cilantro, Vinegar, Salt, Garlic


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The habanero is the hottest chile pepper you'll find in your local grocery stores, and they are very, very hot.

Recently, the habanero's heat, its fruity, citrus-like flavor, and its floral aroma have made it a popular ingredient in hot sauces and spicy foods.

La Buena - Tomatoes, Habanero Peppers, Onion, Vinegar, Salt, Garlic


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Rivas Hot Sauce 

Fresh hot pepper variety (Habanero, Scotch Bonnet, Bhut Jolokia, Serrano, Moruga, Scorpion, Reaper), Onion, Apple Cider Vinegar, Tomato Juice, Water, Sea Salt, Garlic

Heat levels 1-4, 1 = Our Serrano Pepper Sauce, a big hit, Texas Pete or similar heat; 2 = Our Habanero-Scotch Bonnet Blends, Tabasco or similar heat; 3 = Our Habanero-Ghost and or Moruga/Scorpion Blends, I wish I didn't put so much on burning - but boy is this good sauce!; 4 = Carolina Reaper Blends, Warning! use in small doses only, Carolina Reaper Heat but very delicious!

Refrigeration of Rivas Hot Sauce after opening is recommended to preserve flavor but is not required.