Lucky Dog Hot Sauce Orange Label features just the right amount of orange Habaneros, with Serrano, Fire-Roasted Jalapeno and a varietal hot Cayenne pepper, the "Chinese Firecracker", which adds a spectacular cayenne finish to this award-winning carrot/habanero sauce.
Orange Label is a med-hot to hot fire-roasted pepper sauce with white onion, carrots and loads of roasted garlic in a mellow cider vinegar.
Still food's best friend, this dog has a bit more bite to it! Lucky Dog Hot Sauce Orange Label appeals most to those who want a savory, flavorful sauce but crave that extra kick of heat. The balance created between the fiery Habanero & the earthy Cayenne will keep you going back for more.
And now Orange Label is in our big sexy 8.5 oz glass bottle to help keep the price down!
Pairing suggestions: Enjoy Orange Label on pizza, Mexican food, steak, fish, chicken, pork, BBQ, sandwiches, in soups and stews or to enhance virtually all of your favorite recipes. Possibly the most versatile of the Lucky Dog Hot Sauce product line, Orange Label will truly be your food's best friend!
Lucky Dog Hot Sauce Orange Label is a Winner!
- 2015 Fiery Foods Challenge, 3rd Place - Medium
- 2015 Scovie Awards, 3rd Place - Medium
- 2015 The Hot Pepper Awards, 3rd Place - Savory
- 2013 New Orleans Hot Sauce Festival, Chile Pepper Magazine Awards, 1st Place, Hot/X-Hot Pepper Blend Category
- 2014 Fiery Food Challenge, 2nd Place, Hot Sauce: Medium - Consumer Ready
- 2013 The Hot Pepper Awards, 2nd Place, Pepper Blend
- 2013 The Hot Pepper Awards, 2nd Place, Savory
- 2012 The Hot Pepper Awards, 2nd Place, Pepper Blend
- 2012 The Hot Pepper Awards, 2nd Place, Savory
Helpful tip: For best value on shipping, 1-3 bottles ships for just $7 USPS Priority! Bulk pricing also receives discounted Priority Mail shipping!
The Story Behind the Sauce
I love sauces from Belize. The balance of carrot and habanero is spectacular, and many of the hotter sauces I'd enjoyed over the years had that combination. So with my 2nd sauce, Orange Label, I set out to make something similar, but with a twist.
I found that the citrusy top note of the habanero could be a bit overbearing, and I wanted to balance that with an undertone & aftertaste with the hopes of making a more versatile hot sauce. Enter: the Chinese Firecracker cayenne pepper. I was immediately a fan of this pepper. The heat lingers and builds in intensity, and it is both complimentary yet offers stellar contrast to the flavors of the habanero pepper.
This cayenne pepper is truly the key to this sauce - the fire-roasted jalapeno and roasted garlic add character and uniqueness, while the habanero packs the punch, but the overall balance and depth of this sauce can be attributed to the Chinese Firecracker.
I may well feature this pepper in a sauce in the future. For now, I'll just have to keep enjoying it in my Orange Label. I hope you'll do the same.