Hot Sauce

We at El Sol Love our Chilli Sauce, so we have selected some of the best Chilli Sauces available, in a variety of flavours and heat, including our own Sol Hot Sauce, all complimentary with your meal.

Sol Hot Sauce – Red & Green

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Franks Red Hot
Frank’s RedHot’s recipe dates to 1896 to the Frank Tea and Spice Company in Cincinnati, Ohio.[1] Owner Jacob Frank would in 1918 contract for the Estilette Pepper Farm in Louisiana where Adam Estilette and Frank became business partners. The two men mixed spices, vinegar, garlic and cayenne peppers and allowed them to age, and created the original blend of Frank’s RedHot as it first appeared on the market in 1920.


Tapatio Hot Sauce

Tapatio Hot Sauce (salsa Picante) Entered The Business World In 1971, When Mr. Jose-luis Saavedra, Sr. Started His Company. Still Family Owned, Tapatio Hot Sauce Has Never Forgotten Its Humble Beginnings And Is Still One Hundred Percent Committed To Our Customers. Tapatio Is Pronounced Tah-pah-tee-o, Tapatio Signifies a Person Originating From Guadalajara, a City In The Heart Of Mexico., Tapatio Is Gluten Free, MSG Free, And Sugar Free. Product Of Mexico.


Cholula Hot Sauce
Cholula’s Flavorful Fire finds its roots in a well-guarded recipe that’s over 100 years old. This recipe blends pequin peppers, red peppers and spices in a delicate process that produces a perfect balance between flavor and heat. Cholula Hot Sauce was named after the 2,500 year old city in Mexico. The term Cholula is derived from the pre-Hispanic word “Chollollan” meaning “the place of the retreat.” Cholula’s wooden cap and distinctive yellow label represent the care and quality tradition of Mexican artisanship. Cholula’s intriguing packaging has become a quality icon, a symbol recognized by millions.


Salsa Valentina
The Salsa Valentina comes into varieties or heat intensities: hot and extra hot, the sauce is mostly known for its taste rather than its heat. So it’s a great sauce for those who want to flavor their food without a spicy touch that is not overwhelming. The taste can be described as a citrus flavor that leaves you with a spice after taste. Salsa Valentina is often used to season vegetables and fruits, such as mangoes, watermelon, pineapple and oranges.