Chile Monoloco


This tasty hot sauce was made with lots of love an no rush at all in Costa Rica, by people who loves hot sauces and things that makes us happy. We recommend to relax, enjoy your Caribbean food with this sauce and listening to Bob Marley and Concrete Jungle. 

Culinary Recommendations

Kinds of peppers used to make Sinsemilla

Scotch Bonnet, Panamanian, Chombo, Ball of Fire, Cachucha

100.000 – 350.000 SHU*

Rocoto, Locoto, Manzano, Morrongo, Perón, 

100.000 – 200.000 SHU

Jalapeño, Cuaresmeño

2.500 – 8.000  SHU

Peruvian Aji, Ají Escabeche or Ají Cusqueño. 

30.000 – 50.000 SHU

We took away all the seeds and the vein of the peppers to reduce the heat, pepper by pepper. 
This is the milder version of the original XXX

* The Scoville scale is a measure of the heat or pungency in chili peppers (also known as bell peppers, chillies, or chili peppers). These fruits contain capsaicin, a chemical component that stimulates the thermal receptor in the skin, especially the mucous membranes. The number of Scoville Heat Units (SHU) indicates the amount of capsaicin present.

Nutritional Facts

Mild Hot Sauce

Portion 12g
Portions per Serving 12
Total Fat 0%
Saturated Fat 0%
Sodium 0%
Healthy Registry A-6619-13

Hot peppers, oil, garlic, spices, salt and lots of flavor.

  • Manufactured in small batches in a facility that also processes nuts.
  • Vegan Friendly
  • Gluten Free

Magic Properties
of the hot peppers

– Good source of Vitamin C.
– Help against nasal congestion, cough and asthma.
– Gastric stimulant.
– Diuretic.
– Antioxidant.
– Stimulates the appetite.
– Release endorphins.
– Sensation of pleasure.
– Reduce cholesterol .
– Speeds the metabolism.
– Good for memory.

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