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Tabasco: hot sauce brought to you all the way from the United States

Americans swear by Tabasco for their hot sauce needs. Just a few drops of McIlhenny Tabasco is enough to liven up any dish. The brand's best-sellers include its chipotle pepper sauce, and its green Tabasco, which is a little more mild. The most extreme hot sauce, you ask? Tabasco Scorpion! Just be sure to have a steady hand, because it's some seriously fiery hot sauce! How many drops do you dare?

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Tabasco: this cool sauce will get you all fired up

Tabasco is the gold standard of hot sauce!
It's also a condiment with an interesting history!
In 1868, the very first batch of Tabasco sauce was made on Avery Island, a salt dome in southern Louisiana known for its pepper crops. When creator Edmund McIlhenny began selling his pepper sauce, which was bottled in cologne-style packaging, he couldn't have imagined that it would one day become the most famous hot sauce in the world. Today, Tabasco is used in a wide variety of cuisines and is a household staple in 185 countries! Heck of a businessman, that Mr. McIlhenny!
The smartly designed dripper under the bottle's iconic green cap ensures you only get as many drops of this super-concentrated hot sauce as you want—and keeps thrill-seekers from burning their taste buds
The classic Tabasco Red Pepper Sauce recipe has barely changed at all in over 150 years (if it ain't broke, don't fix it!): red peppers, vinegar, and salt. What sets Tabasco apart from other hot sauces? A mastery of the art of barrel aging. Their peppers are aged in white oak for up to several years to achieve their signature bold flavor and spice intensity!
At My American Market, we offer a wide selection of spicy sauces so that you can find the perfect seasoning for every meal! Add a dash to your scrambled eggs, or a few drops to your homemade chili. Amp up the flavor of your tomato soup, whether served hot with a side of grilled cheese or cold—gazpacho style. Some people even admit that the secret ingredient in their famous chocolate cake is a teaspoon or so of Tabasco!