Hot Sauce Makes the World Go ‘Round

Mariesharps
I’m packing. Going to Argentina for what should be an over-the-top sea-run brown trout adventure with Patty Reilly, down in Tierra del Fuego (beyond the Rio Grande, where the latest weather report is a balmy 49 degrees F with wind gusts of 60 m.p.h.). Assuming I can get an Internet connection, I plan to post updates on this blog next week. I need advice from anyone who's been ...

In any regard, whenever I go anywhere, it has become mandatory for me to pack a bottle of Marie Sharp’s Habanero Pepper Sauce (Fiery Hot). I found Marie Sharps on a trip to Belize 12 years ago, and have been addicted ever since. I eat the stuff on anything from eggs to ham sandwiches. Doesn’t matter how good or bad the food is wherever you travel, if you bring that Marie Sharp’s, it only gets better.

Knowing how fly fishers are aficionados of hot sauces (and beer and bad jokes), I’m interested to learn about anything sauce-wise that can compete with Marie Sharp’s. The closest rival in my fridge is Lottie’s mustard-based sauce from Barbados (I order both from mohottamobetta.com). Any recommendations?

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