Buddah’s Favorite Unique Spicy Sauces

What makes a unique sauce? Well, if the flavor approach of the product takes your taste buds on a journey they have never gone on before, then that would be a unique experience. There are a lot of unique products out there, and often when you hear the word “unique” in a review, that is often thought of as the reviewer’s way of saying, “Nuh uh, that is not my cup of team, but nice try.” In this case, the “unique” is about discovering new and awesome flavors. I am recommending you 5 products that are stand outs to me. We have a mustang grape grilling sauce, a Thai curry sauce, a Portuguese Indian cream sauce, a mango habanero mustard-curry hot sauce, and a Jamaican pear calypso hot sauce.

These are so worthwhile to try, that I want you to support these small companies and give them a try. Keep them in business with your dollars. Here is all the company information I have for them.

Jimmy O’s Texas Marinades
Mustang Grape Chipotle Sauce
P.O. Box 4233
Bergheim, TX 78004
Phone Numbers:


Stonehouse 27 Spice Co. LLC
Cream & Cashew – Hot or Mild
P.O.Box 381861
Germantown, TN 38183
phone: 866-960-9698
email: info@stonehouse27.com

Kato’s Saucehouse
205 Whispering Pines Rd
George Town, FL 32139
Phone: 888-528-KATO
Email: kato@katoproductions.com

Crazy Uncle Jester’s
Post Office Box 751953
Dayton, OH 45475-1953
(937) 550-1025 Main
(888) 212-1519 Toll Free

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6 thoughts on “Buddah’s Favorite Unique Spicy Sauces

  • November 18, 2010 at 2:43 pm

    Good one Buddah!

  • November 18, 2010 at 2:44 pm

    “Peace out”…lol

  • November 18, 2010 at 10:16 pm

    “peace out”! I gotta save some money for the jesters pack. I have not tried his sauce yet but I will! :racecar: :racecar:

  • November 19, 2010 at 11:41 am

    I have to say thank you to Buddah for the kind shout out!Kato’s Island Sauce is our original product it has been around since 1999.

    Thanks Buddah

  • November 20, 2010 at 1:44 am

    My pleasure Mick. If you didn’t have a worthy sauce, I wouldn’t have mentioned ya. Keep up the good work.

  • November 22, 2010 at 10:42 pm

    LOL @ it sang to me! I got some red curry sauce at the grocery store because of this review, on a spoon it didn’t taste too good to me, but tomorrow I will try cooking with it. Maybe it will taste better after simmering for a while. I loved the Malaysian sauce I got, it was very coconutty and good. Next week I’m gonna get some Jalfrezi sauce, I hope it’s good. It looks really thick with spices.

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