Maui No Ka Oi Hawaiian Hot Sauce (Extremely Hot)

6 reviews
Adoboloco Maui No Ka Oi Hawaiian Hot Sauce (Extremely Hot)
6 reviews

Maui No Ka Oi Hawaiian Hot Sauce (Extremely Hot)

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This tasty, seasonal sauce is not just hot; it's super hot. But there's also a hint of spiced candy sweetness in every bottle that kicks this sauce into a wildly delicious high gear.

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  • Gluten Free
  • Vegan

One taste, and you'll feel fireworks. The Trinidad Moruga Scorpion peppers Adoboloco uses in this sauce make it unlike any other. Beyond the heat, there's a depth of flavor. But beware: Moruga Scorpion peppers are among the hottest in the world. If you're bored by the food you eat day in and day out, this sauce will definitely give it a new punch. Dig in, enjoy, and honestly, maybe "beware" depending on how spicy you like to live.

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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recyclable packaging

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committed to social good

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How it does good

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.