Babushka : In early fall (or autumn, as some prefer to call it :-)), Polish orchards are full of plums. Forests abound in blueberries. And we, following into the footsteps of our grandmothers, start making preserves. Babushka is meant to call to mind these fruits. The hotness of the sauce, however significant and not to be underestimated, allows you to enjoy the taste of plums and blueberries fortified with Habanero peppers.
As the product contains honey, it is not vegan.
Ingredients: tomato pulp, plum butter, blueberry juice, apple cider vinegar, water, sugar, honey, dried Habanero peppers, salt
Dziki Bill Jalapeno : sauce is doubtlessly the most interesting hot sauce available in Poland. It is not much milder the Habanero Sauce, but it has a very fresh taste, entirely different from what one might expect from a hot sauce.
Ingredients: Jalapeno peppers, onion, tomato pulp, apple cider vinegar, garlic, water, rapeseed oil, sugar, cumin
Habanero X : Until recently, the Habanero X sauce was Dziki Bill’s hottest sauce and the most popular product in our mix. You don’t need to wait long for the hotness to kick in, and its taste and sting stays for quite a long time. Hot as hell for beginners and a perfect everyday use sauce for chilliheads. Despite its hotness, Habanero X is as tasty as his brothers – and some even claim it’s much better!
Ingredients: tomato pulp (tomatoes, salt, citric acid), Habanero peppers, onion, lemon juice, sugar, apple cider vinegar, rapeseed oil, garlic, salt, maple syrup, smoked pepper.
Dziki Bill Iskra : is the perfect BBQ sauce – not only for chilliheads. Is it hot? Yes – it is among the hotter available BBQ sauces. But its greatest strength is its taste. This product is not vegan – it contains honey.
Ingredients: tomato pulp, mustard, apple cider vinegar, onion, sugar, honey, lemon juice, rapeseed oil, garlic, liquid smoke, salt, whisky, habanero, cayenne, black pepper, smoked pepper, soy sauce, Trinidad Moruga Scorpion peppers
#Yolo : is the hottest sauce in Dziki Bill’s regular offer (only the limited-offer Ninja sauce is hotter). Yolo is like the pepper it was made from. At first it acts all innocent, and a moment later it burns your throat and heats up the whole body. Feeling cold? Eat #Yolo! The Naga peppers have a slightly tangy aftertaste, but this isn’t the thing that will make you shed happy tears.
Ingredients: Naga Jolokia peppers, tomato pulp (tomatoes, salt, citric acid), vinegar, onion, lemon juice, sugar, rapeseed oil, garlic, salt