Make Your Own Hot Sauce Kit
Make Your Own Hot Sauce Kit
Make Your Own Hot Sauce Kit
Make Your Own Hot Sauce Kit
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Make Your Own Hot Sauce Kit

Make your own full-bodied hot sauce with this DIY kit that offers a kick from chipotle and guajillo peppers.

$34.95

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I would buy this product again as a gift!

5

as above

Charlotte, NC

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Great time spent with my dad!

4

We spent the evening in the kitchen crafting up different sauces. Each one of them turned out great! It was so fun to fine tune each one of our sauces to make them just right. The best part about this gift was working together with my dad. Such a fun bonding experience.

San Diego, CA

true

Yes, I not only would buy it again, I have recommended it

5

A creative gift for someone who loves hot sauce AND cook

Clearwater, FL

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Gift for husband

5

Bought as a gift for my husband. Seems to have all the necessary pieces you need for a good price! I compared to other offerings online and so far so good! We have not yet made the sauce but I am excited to try it out.

New Hampshire

Unique Hot Sauces

5

I bought this as a gift for my uncle. I wasn't sure what to get him then someone suggested unique hot sauces. I remembered I had seen this kit on this website and thought 'what would be more unique than creating your own?!'

Charlotte, NC

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Exactly the gift I was searching for!

5

This is such a fun and unique gift, especially for a hot sauce lover, like my brother-in-law. He loved it!

PA

true

No instructions

2

This kit is pointless. Just go to the store and buy the spices. The directions are basically "Experiment!" which led to a tomato sauce that was gross. Please actually include recipes and not just suggested ingredient combos. Very disappointed.

Columbus, Ohio

false

Great gift

4

I'm really happy with this gift. It's a unique purchase

Louisiana

true

I would buy this again but

4

I wanted to make you aware it doesn't include peppers, which makes sense when you I think about it but the word kit makes me think it has everything you need.

MA

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Dad gift

5

My dad LOVES his spicy foods and trying new hot sauces. So for his birthday I stumbled across this build your own. The product was delivered on time and my dad LOVES it. I'm so happy with the purchase and how excited he was.

Okc, OK

true

Make Your Own Hot Sauce Kit

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