REVIEW: Four Sisters’ Original Red


pictured above is 2 of the 4 Quach Sisters. Betty, left and Julie on right

Sam from Zane & Zack’s World Famous Honey Co. referred this review to us, so we are grateful to get this opportunity to try something new. We have 6 Vietnamese all natural hot chili sauces to review. They are made with fresh, organic ingredients- no coloring, preservatives or MSG. They have a few different flavors and have different levels of heat because of the chiles they use like the Cayenne, Habanero, Fatalli and Ghost peppers. This is the first review of their Original Red chili sauce.

The reviewers for these products will be Ken Alexander with his debut reviews with ILIS, Derrick Wood, and Wendy the Spice Goddess. We will stagger the reviews over the next few weeks to give Four Sisters more exposure. So look for more in the near future.

A little about Four Sisters Gourmet Sauces:

Our family emigrated from Vietnam. While our parents worked far away from home, we stayed with our grandmother. Huong the eldest took care of us three younger siblings Lan, Chi and Ut where she learned traditional Vietnamese cooking.

When we arrived to America and Huong became Julie, Lan became Linda, Chi became Jennie and Ut became Betty we had one last addition to our family- David. The five of us quickly learned that a new culture awaited us but food was always going to bring us together and remind us of our roots.

Julie became fascinated with organic foods and started learning more and more about its origins and how she could incorporate the fresh healthy ingredients with traditional Vietnamese cooking. Slowly she experimented with different dishes and the taste was more amazing with each dish, each time. Friends and family suggested many times she open a restaurant but Julie has built a long time career weaving oriental rugs (one of few in the trade) and cannot give that up. So the next best way to share her gift and passion of food was through Vietnamese style sauces made with fresh organic ingredients.

Four Sisters Gourmet Sauces is DISTINCTIVE because we use all NATURAL ingredients. Once you SEE the natural VIBRANT color, SMELL the SWEET fragrance, TASTE the FLAVOR, you’ll never go back to the ordinary hot sauce.

Ken Alexander

Derrick Wood

Wendy the Spice Goddess

Four Sisters Gourmet Sauces
Email: foursisters2010@gmail.com
www.foursistersgourmetsauces.com
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8 thoughts on “REVIEW: Four Sisters’ Original Red

  • September 29, 2011 at 7:53 pm
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    You gotta love a difference of opinion! this was my 2nd review for ILIS and have since learned to be more definitive in my ratings. So I would rate this sauce a 2.5 flaming hearts. Not bad, but there’s lots better on the shelf at the store.

  • September 29, 2011 at 8:05 pm
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    Practice makes perfect. You did fine for the first reviews. As for the product, if you are not familar with Thai chiles they can be a bit harsh for some. I love the flavor of them mixed with food. I am a big fan of Thai food, and when I order some Drunken Noodles or Pad Thai, I would often ask them to kick it up some notches with the Thai peppers.

  • September 29, 2011 at 9:13 pm
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    Sounds delicious. I made a batch of homemade sriracha with chocolate habs last week. I am letting it sit for a few days and then I am going to try it. I am also going to buy a few other types of chiles to make other versions as Christmas gifts. Thanks for the great review.

  • September 29, 2011 at 9:52 pm
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    and thanks for the comment Risa. 🙂

  • October 1, 2011 at 1:25 am
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    Seriously, I love this product line. I wish I had boxes and boxes of them in my house. I was so reluctant to use some after the review because I wanted them to last forever.

  • October 1, 2011 at 2:15 am
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    I ask for the “pepper tray” when I eat Thai. they bring out 3 types: chili garlic paste, dried peppers, and thai peppers in fish sauce sliced thin. that’s after i ask for it “thai hot”! haha

  • October 3, 2011 at 10:17 pm
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    Excellent! I have had a hard time finding it. You rule!

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