Crack Fox Fermented Habanero Bush Citrus and Ginger Sauce from Byron Bay | 200mL
Crack Fox Fermented Habanero Bush Citrus and Ginger Sauce from Byron Bay | 200mL
Crack Fox Fermented Habanero Bush Citrus and Ginger Sauce from Byron Bay | 200mL
Crack Fox Fermented Habanero Bush Citrus and Ginger Sauce from Byron Bay | 200mL
Crack Fox Fermented Habanero Bush Citrus and Ginger Sauce from Byron Bay | 200mL
Crack Fox Fermented Habanero Bush Citrus and Ginger Sauce from Byron Bay | 200mL
Crack Fox Fermented Habanero Bush Citrus and Ginger Sauce from Byron Bay | 200mL

Crack Fox Fermented Habanero Bush Citrus and Ginger Sauce from Byron Bay | 200mL

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I'll admit it, I'd buy this just for the pink wax seal and the funky label, however, I'd also buy this sauce because it is HOT!

This is what Crack Fox have to say about their sauce:

 

Take your tastebuds to citrusville riding on tangy pops of habanero gingery hum.

The O.G original Crackfox Hot Sauce. The Rainbow Region bottled. Available year round. Habaneros grown by local legend growers Hungry Earth Agroecology in Ewingsdale and homegrown by us under the gumtrees on our farm in Byron where you can smell the sea. Lacto-fermented slow with quality Himalayan salt, blended with a selection of juicy foraged citrus, local ginger, and finished with Newrybar honey. 3 out of 5 heat.

Serve with: ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING. Eggs. Tacos. Burgers. Grilled fish. Prawns. Snags. As an epic barbecue marinade. Mix with mayo or cashew cheese for a spicy tangy wow dipping sauce. Makes the best buffalo wings ever.

Ingredients: ALL ORGANIC + LOCAL WHERE ABSOLUTELY POSSIBLE. Apple cider vinegar with the mother, habanero, serrano, mixed citrus, onion, filtered water, tomatoes, ginger, garlic, raw honey, himyalan salt, spices.

Suitable for vegans who eat honey.

*Please note: the sauce hue and spiciness may vary slightly batch to batch, this is because it reflects the depth of colour, and bite in the chillies our local farmers are harvesting fresh for us.