Tango - Chile Sauce, 8fl oz Assorted Flavors

Tango - Chile Sauce, 8fl oz Assorted Flavors

Brand - Tango
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Quick Description

Spicy, sweet, tangy, and made with the freshest high-quality ingredients, Tango’s Chile Sauce is the sauce for your pantry. No added sugar or preservatives.

Key Information

  • Tasty, tangy, natural hot sauce
  • Honduran recipe
  • High fruit and vegetable content
  • No added sugar or preservatives
  • Gluten-free
  • Choose from Hot or Mild 

Product Overview

So you love things spicy, but do you know what’s in your sauce? 

With Tango, there’s no need to worry. Made with only the freshest, highest quality ingredients, this Chile Sauce has no hidden junk or unnecessary filler! 

Instead, each flavor is made from a base of carrots, apple cider vinegar, garlic, limes, chile peppers (of course!), sawtooth cilantro, and sea salt. And unlike many other hot sauces, Tango contains no sugar or preservatives.

Try it on everything from avo-on-toast to salads to tacos! Blended with love to an age-old Honduran recipe, you can be sure it will hit the spot every time. 

The simplest of ingredients, maximum flavor - a classic for good reason! Spicy, sweet, aromatic, and tangy all in one. This Hot Chile Sauce scores about a 7/10 on the spicy scale!

If you’re a little more sensitive to heat, or you just want more of that Tango flavor without the spice then don’t despair, there’s a Mild Chile Sauce just for you. Great for kids too!


Hot Chile Sauce 
Carrots, Apple Cider Vinegar, Garlic, Limes, Chile Peppers, Sawtooth Cilantro, and Sea Salt

Mild Chile Sauce
Carrots, Apple Cider Vinegar, Garlic, Limes, Chile Peppers, Sawtooth Cilantro, and Sea Salt

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Tango similar to Sriracha?

Although they look similar, they are very different. Unlike Sriracha, Tango is not fermented, nor does it contain added sugar or preservatives!

What kind of chile peppers does Tango use?

Scotch Bonnets aka Jamaican Hot Peppers. Named for their similarity in appearance to a Scottish tam o’ shanter hat, they are in fact a staple pepper in West Africa and the Caribbean! 

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