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The 4 Flavors of Cholula Hot Sauce
Original Cholula Mexican Hot Sauce
All I knew about hot sauce when younger was Tabasco. My husband introduced me to the Cholula version of hot condiment. The blend of hot peppers and vinegar is perfect for any dish that needs some spark to open up those taste buds at breakfast, lunch or dinner.
The flavor is excellent with all Mexican dishes and many American standards. Try some with Campbell's Chicken Noodle Soup.
Hot Sauce From Mexico
The word is out. You will be seeing this hot sauce on restaurant tables. The sauce is Made in Mexico and boasts a colorful label of red and yellow. Its trade mark is the wooden top on every bottle. Recently, the tops are being saved at this house.
If you do a small comparison, Cholula original has less salt than most hot sauces and as a daily user that is important. Hot sauce users need to watch their health at every turn.
As you continue down the page, notice there are three other favors of hot by this company. I have tried the garlic version and found it just as good as the original. There is a poll below for voting on your favorite. Go ahead and leave your mark.
Which Cholula sauce is your favorite?
Tantalizing Hot Pepper Flavors
Here is a poll for voting on your favorite. I am curious about the other versions and I am sure other hot sauce hunters are too.
Hot Sauce Gift Idea
A hot sauce is like a micro beer, the subtleties of the brew is a must for connoisseurs. This 4 pack of 5 oz bottles is a good gift for those that go for taste variety. Remember that there are many ways to buy this sauce online. Big bottle, little bottle, and designer packages. No need to wonder where to find Cholula.
Cholula Is A 100 Year Old Company
In the early eighties I visited the town of Cholula and stood on the highest hill and looked out over the village's 300+ church steeples. It is said the Spanish converted each Native pyramid into a church. The company chose the name because the area has a long, rich history.
The sauce is made in Chapala, a town my husband's family would visit on vacation when he was just 7. Chapala is near the Jalisco state capital of Guadalajara, is a lake vacation resort town and home to this condiment.
© 2013 Sherry Venegas