Wednesday, 16 April 2014

Caribbean Spice hot sauce Belize

In the deep Jungles of Belize in the High Mountains were the owner's of "Caribbean Spice" are located in the Pine Ridge a tropical rainforest with lush flora that provides an infinite variety of Caribbean Spice flavors where their local Habaneros are grown in a black soil ground.

Habaneros are grown straight from their back yard, Caribbean Spice Has many flavors to offer which  includes 6 species basil one wild and native to this area which was often used by the Mayans, sage, 10 types of chili peppers, lemon balm, Mayan wild rosemary,

black pepper, allspice trees, 5 varieties of oregano, parsley, cilantro, 4 kinds of dill, spearmint, peppermint, 3 thymes, stevia, lemon grass, wild pizza oregano tree only found in this area, garlic, green onion, chives, culinary flowers, cinnamon tree, annatto, wild culantro (very similar in taste to cilantro), coconut, ginger, cashew, celery.

The Natural fresh fruits and vegetables are all grown locally in the Tropics of  the Belizean Forest. Then it is moved to a process where the Caribbean sun dry's the coconuts, vegetables, peppers & herbs and is hand grated of the grid,  solar facility.

Caribbean Spice home-made sauce is a feeling of various kind surrounding which includes the pleasant flavors of the Maya, Mestizo, Guatemala, Caribe, Garifuna people. The owner "Libby Storey" has experience in international culinary Caribbean Islands, Thailand, Italy, Belize, the US and Canada which all came to form a unique sauce in one.

t has been two years since she's been working on this ingredients: passion fruit honey, ginger honey, coconut vanilla bean honey, habanero Caribbean spiced honey ( cinnamon,allspice & clove) and belizean citrus honey. Any added thoughts, flavors, desires, requests, ideas are appreciated and welcomed. For more information click: lize



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