Introducing a New Hot Sauce Company: Ken’s Pepper Works Artisan Hot Sauces


Hey I Love It Spicy we would like to introduce a new hot sauce company called Ken’s Pepper Works Artisan Hot Sauces.
Here is a link to the website of his kickstarter.
Go on check out the video, read up on his products, and even make a pledge if you would like to help him get started.

Gourmet hot sauces are now ready for the masses.  Complex and Unique.  Taste first…ask questions later!


I love hot sauce.  I love to make it.  I love to eat it.  And sometimes I love to drink it.  I like it so much I started my own company.  I have created three unique, artisan hot sauces with complex flavor profiles.  I believe in flavor first, not vinegar.  All three sauces are gluten free and do not contain preservatives.   They are medium to medium hot.  Your mouth will not be in pain but will know it just received a fine how-do-you-do.


Each sauce has a very different flavor profile.  There is something here for everyone.   Here is how it plays out.

Red Thunder

Red Thunder is sweet, smoky and tangy.   The main players are carrots, ginger, honey, red bell peppers, red onion, tamarind, lime juice, brown sugar, and of course, the stars of the show, red habanero and chipotle peppers.   Think BBQ, pizza, wings, pasta, Asian food, beef, pork, chicken and just about anything.  The heat level is medium-hot.  Red thunder will light up your taste buds!

Island Sunshine

Island Sunshine is both sweet and savory.  The sweet comes from pineapples, oranges, honey and brown sugar.  The savory comes from carrots, ginger, garlic and red onion.  The heat comes from scotch bonnets and red habanero peppers.  Island Sunshine pairs well with chicken, pork, seafood, pizza, mac & cheese, Asian dishes and many other foods.  The heat level is medium-hot.  Island Sunshine is the perfect marriage of pineapples and scotch bonnet peppers.  Say “I Do” to Island Sunshine!

Rio Grande Mud

Rio Grande Mud is a savory Mexican style sauce.  It is earthy, smoky and complex.  The cast includes dried guajillo, de arbol and chipotle peppers with red habaneros for heat.   Roasted garlic is in no short supply and undertones of chocolate and coffee add balance and complexity.   The heat level is medium.  Transport yourself to Mexico with Rio Grande Mud.  Ole!


2 thoughts on “Introducing a New Hot Sauce Company: Ken’s Pepper Works Artisan Hot Sauces

  • April 4, 2014 at 7:01 pm

    Thanks guys for helping out a fellow heat seeker! I appreciate it.

  • April 13, 2014 at 1:04 pm

    Good luck Ken, If there is one thing that I can identify the Rio Grande with, its mud.

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