Introducing Uncle Tyrone's Caribbean Pepper Sauce

by House of Scoville
March 21, 2017

Bring the flavours of the Caribbean home without ever leaving your kitchen by adding a bottle of Uncle Tyrone’s medium or hot Caribbean Pepper Sauce to your collection of deliciously spicy condiments. Uncle Tyrone’s sauce was born in his native Trinidad and Tobago and although Uncle Tyo started out with pimento peppers, he switched to hot peppers to infiltrate the lesser known market for pepper sauces both at home and abroad. The medium and hot Caribbean Pepper Sauces comprise unique blends of a South American Habanero pepper variety grown in Trinidad, known locally as scotch bonnet peppers.

Uncle Tyrone’s popularity spread like chilli fire and soon became renowned throughout Australia for its special blend of spice and uniquely Caribbean flavouring of lime juice and coriander. Today, the peppers are grown exclusively in Australia from Habanero and Trinidad Scorpion chilli pepper seeds sourced from the original farm in Trinidad – it’s as good as having Uncle Tyrone here himself!

What is it about this Caribbean pepper sauce that makes it so irresistible? Uncle Tyrone’s passion for the authenticity of Caribbean flavour and spices ensures that every bottle of Caribbean Pepper Sauce is – excuse the pun – peppered with only the finest home-grown ingredients to offer a high-quality, tasty condiment suitable for every palate. The unique combination of scotch bonnet peppers, Caribbean coriander known colloquially as “Chadon Beni” and other markedly tropical flavours such as lime enhance the authenticity of this delightful sauce that can be used as a marinade, salad dressing and sauce.

We’re sure that once you’ve tasted this sauce, you’ll be glued to the stovetop in a Caribbean cooking craze – and if somebody asks you what you’re doing, muster up your tropical courage and tell them in true Trinidadian English creole: “Mi deh'ya a wait fi mi food done cook.” (I’m here waiting for my food to finish cooking). Purchase Uncle Tyrone’s Caribbean Pepper Sauce directly from House of Scoville to start cooking up a Caribbean storm! For other fantastic creole style sauces from House of Scoville, take a look – you won’t regret it!

 



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