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Gringo Killer's gourmet chilli sauce

This is not for the faint hearted

Gringo Killer sauces As the name suggests, this chilli sauce is for those who like it hot. It’s made by a family business that is passionate about flavour and goodness. This Gringo is organic. This Gringo’s grower has diplomas in herbal medicine and Naturopathy. The message is that this sauce is good for you. Garlic will protect you from vampires, but chilli will make a serious difference to your wellbeing. Think of better circulation, lower blood pressure and less fatigue.

Why do you think various cultures outside New Zealand use chilli a lot? They use it because it’s good for them, they use it because it makes dull food taste great and they use it because they like it.

To be honest, this sauce is as hot as you want it to be. You can make it so hot it burns twice or you can savour the flavour it brings to the meals. It ranges from hotness level 9½ out of 10 to as mild as 4 out of 10. Gringo Killer well textured, appetising and full bodied.

There are Gringo Killer Gourmet lovers all around New Zealand and around the world as well. These folk are serious and knowledgeable about their chillies and passionate about their sauce.

Gringo Killer sauce is made by experts so you don’t have to make it yourself. Visit their site and learn all you wanted to know but were afraid to ask about chillies.
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