We have people ask at our market stall for sauce variety that they only got on holidays in the Caribbean eg Aruba/Antigua. This Yellow has the signature Caribbean hot Pepper and the mustard mouth feel.
We grow and bottle the yellow Scotch bonnet peppers for this yellow magic elixir only one time a year, and this is that one time October 2021. It has a name upgrade and in spiciness from mild to moderately-hot due to the yellow scotch bonnets impact on the mix. It is a Carib Asian fusion and near cousin to the ever popular Hattwood Sunshine Sauce with more of a Caribbean mustard twist and less fruit forward.
This is a gentle damsel though, a tasteful mouthful, not obtrusive or even intrusive but so beautiful and mouthwatering she will not be overlooked even among more overheated sauce guests. What Yellow lacks in capsicum muscle she more than makes up for in class and sensibility. She will become a companion in demand at every table. Sophisticated, witty and bright.
Enlighten your senses today with the mellow depth of our home grown Asian lemon grass and with stone ground mustardy hints of the Caribbean. What are you waiting around for - ask for your bottle now, before it is all sold out at the Farmers Markets again and you are left wondering and sighing over the 'what might have been'.
A delicate sauce blend made from a variety of hand-reared juvenile peppers, all grown on our farm in the Poconos. A tender & fruity mouth melody married to a gentle Asian flair. Fantastic on everything and supreme on fish!
Ingredients: Vinegar, Mild peppers, White & Yellow onions, Hattwood Farm Habanero Peppers, Water, Garlic, Sea moss (as thickener) Stone ground Mustard (Water Mustard Seed, Vinegar, Salt, Citric acid, turmeric), Apricots, Ginger, Salt, Raw Sugar, Pimento, Oil, Herbs and Spices
This is (Yellow Seasonal Sauce) perhaps the most beautiful sauce fusion I ever created (and tasted). It looks beautiful, it tastes amazing and the aroma is sanctified. So it's NOT usually available online. Ask me for it at the Farmers Market and if you are sauce worthy and bear treasures indeed perhaps, perhaps you may have some.- John M (Chief Saucier of Hattwood)
(Who writes this stuff? Ed. This is not very commercially minded marketing copy Mr so- called Pepper meister business man)