Hamajang Hawaiian Hot Sauce (Very Hot)

8 reviews
Adoboloco Hamajang Hawaiian Hot Sauce (Very Hot)
8 reviews

Hamajang Hawaiian Hot Sauce (Very Hot)

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The Hawaiian Pidgin English word "hamajang" means "messed up." Which is what this hot sauce is. In a good way. If you can handle the smoked ghost pepper and habanero, your taste buds are in for a wild ride.

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  • Gluten Free
  • Vegan

This sauce is not for the faint of heart. The hamajang heat can really awaken your taste buds. We love this super hot sauce because consuming it isn't just eating, it's a full sensory experience. In the way the best rollercoasters save the biggest thrill for the last few seconds, ghost pepper heat builds as you consume it. After 20 minutes, you'll be surprised by the smoky power. So take it slow. That said, hamajang can elevate your favorite dishes to crazy hot heights.

Adoboloco grows everything right in their very own gardens in Maui and partners with small, neighbor farms.

The glass bottle is curbside recyclable. The plastic lid and the freshness seal are both recyclable through TerraCycle by following our special instructions.
These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.

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Educating young ones about sustainability

In order to understand how best to protect our planet, it's important to start by teaching others. Not only does Adoboloco educate students about gardening and sustainability, but the company was also born from a homeschooling garden project in Maui. The family-run business continues to teach local children about farming and proper sourcing for fresh ingredients. To ensure sustainable practices for the future, the company invests time and energy in giving young ones the tools they need to carry on and hopefully evolve good farming practices well into the future.