Heatbreaking Dawns

Heartbreaking Dawn’s Classic Gold Hot Sauce has a fresh, slightly sweet, vegetable flavor with a mild habanero heat. Great on all types of foods, whether it’s Mexican, Caribbean or good old American BBQ. Heartbreaking Dawn’s Classic Gold Hot Sauce is sure to delight the senses. Scoville Heat Units (SHU): unknown Hot Sauce Brand: Heartbreaking Dawns Origin: […]

Heartbreaking Dawn’s Jalapeno Pineapple Hot Sauce has a fresh, sweet, but not overbearing flavor followed by a mild Jalapeno flavor. You can really taste the fresh [pineapples in this delicious, light hot sauce. Especially great in salsas, tacos, burritos, pizzas and any foods that you want to add a little fresh sweetness too. Heartbreaking Dawn’s Jalapeno Pineapple Hot Sauce […]

Heartbreaking Dawns Habanero Mango Hot Sauce is an all natural blend of red habanero peppers, plump juicy mangos and quality spices. Heartbreaking Dawns Habanero Mango Hot Sauce will add delicious flavor to just about anything from seafood dishes, summer salads or chicken. Or just use it as a dipping sauce. Scoville Heat Units (SHU): unknown Hot Sauce […]

Heartbreaking Dawns 1841 Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce was named after the year that  Rev. Miles Bronson arrived amongst the Naga people, ending the widespread practice  of headhunting. This handcrafted hot sauce is made from the infamous Ghost Pepper, also know as the Bhut Jolokia and focuses on both Flavor and Fire. Heart breaking Dawns have also included a blend of all-natural pear […]

Heartbreaking Dawns 1542 Chocolate Habanero Hot Sauce was named after the year that Francisco de Orellana, in search of gold and cinnamon, arrived at the mouth of the Amazon River in 1542. This hot sauce features the Chocolate Habanero, also known as the Congo Peppers. The heat from the Congo peppers comes alive within a blend of natural […]

Heartbreaking Dawn’s 1498 Trinidad Scorpion Pepper Sauce, released in 2011, is a great mix of both flavor and fire. Heart Breaking Dawn has used a fresh Trinidad Scorpion Peppers and balanced them out with some Scotch Bonnets, creating a very high heat that drops off just before becoming TOO uncomfortable. This hot sauce also includes apricots, blueberries […]