A thin spicy sauce made of vinegar, red peppers, and salt, developed in America by Edmund McIlhenny at his home on Avery Island before the U.S. Civil War. McIlhenny Company is the sole supplier of Tabasco® Pepper Sauce to this day. This sauce is commonly used with Creole food, chili con carne, and eggs.
This is a trademarked name for a sauce produced since Civil War times. It is hot and fiery, and is made from Tabasco peppers, vinegar and salt. The peppers are fermented in barrels for 3 years before being processed into the sauce.
A brand-name very hot red sauce made from hot ground peppers, fermented and mixed with vinegar. Tabasco® Pepper Sauce is made on Avery Island in Louisiana, U.S. This sauce is commonly used with Creole food, chili con carne, and eggs.
is made from very hot, small peppers originally from the Mexican state of Tabasco. The peppers are used specifically for the trademarked sauce developed by the McIlhenny family over 125 years ago. Tabasco Sauce is made from tabasco peppers, vinegar and salt. The sauce is used in numerous dishes and is the signature spicy flavor in Bloody Mary cocktails.
Tabasco sauce is a table condiment made from tabasco peppers (Capsicum frutescens var. tabasco), vinegar, and salt, and aged in white oak barrels for three years. It has a hot, spicy flavor and is popular in many parts of the world.