Hamajang Hawaiian Hot Sauce (Very Hot)
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5 oz / $2.05 per oz
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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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.
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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.
All Adoboloco ingredients are grown in local gardens in Maui. The company partners with a few like-minded neighborhood farms as well.Learn More
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Adoboloco donates on a local level to non-political, non-religious community efforts throughout the year. These donations go directly to those on the ground level helping build a stronger community.Learn More
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Adoboloco is a family business dedicated to celebrating the old style Hawaiian "chili pepper water" hot sauce, using simple ingredients, and supporting local farmers and makers in their beloved Maui, Hawaii. The company started as a single hot sauce born from a home school garden in Maui, and today still operates as a small family business. They make everything in small batches, and have expanded to kitchens in Oregon and Oahu as well.Shop Brand
How to use
Host a very happy Happy Hour by using this bad boy to make a high octane bloody mary.
What People Are Saying
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Already in love with this spicy treat. Enjoyed for the first time at the Surfjack in Waikiki. Brought some bottles home, and myself and friends couldn’t get enough! Hive as an excellent selection, Great price, great packaging with a fast delivery.
Brings the heat with a smoky kick
This one is pretty hot. It has a really nice smoky twang to it that goes really well on chicken or a burger. I use this as a regular sauce but it is also really good for adding some background heat to other dishes. As 3 or 4 drops to a chicken breast before you cook it and just a little heat comes through while the other flavors shine.
Great smoky flavor with the right amount of heat
There are a million hot sauces out there, so what is special about this one? Well, the smoky flavor. I've had plenty of sauces that claim to be smoky -- this one actually is. Lots of flavor. In terms of heat, this tastes like a habanero sauce, not a ghost pepper sauce -- which makes it perfect for general / everyday use. Great sauce. I also like that it is easy to use the right amount: some sauces are so hot you can only use a few drops. Others require massive amounts of sauce to get flavor / spice. And some are so thick they are difficult to get out of the bottle. This sauce is thin (so easy to dispense), has a decent regulator (to avoid too much coming out), and allows you to use it without being super careful about the amount.
It is hot with good flavor.
I have had many sauces and this one I find that I use more than most.
My absolute all time favorite hot sauce! I've only tried the hamajang flavor and it's now pretty much the only hot sauce I use and I've tried and liked many from all over. It's the smoked kiawe wood flavor that makes it so delicious and unique in my opinion. Woodsy and complex and just so good. I mostly love how much flavor it has instead of just being very hot. Yes, I very highly recommend it but keep in mind that you have to like heat.