Bonache is certainly not your average hot sauce. Beginning with quality chiles that have flavor in addition to their heat, Bonache adds ingredients you wouldn't expect, such as carrots and fresh lime juice, or cucumbers and radishes. As for the name Bonache (Bo-natch), who knows? It's a word made up by the founder, Mark's three year old son to describe many, many things.
Bonache's flagship sauce was inspired by the general style of hot sauces found in abundance in Belize, all of which seem to use a wonderful trio as their base: carrots, habaneros, and lime juice. Mid-level heat.
Named after the town Bonache founder, Marc grew up in, this red sauce begins with dried NM chiles and is taken in the direction of fresh lemon juice, fresh yellow chiles and radishes to bring it into a somewhat distinct locale. High-level heat.
Hatch is a bright and flavorful green sauce to use with practically everything. With a healthy dose of tomatillo, fresh lime juice, and cucumber to supplement the classic flavor of the mighty and famous Hatch chile. Mild heat.
A Portuguese-style red chile sauce that opens with a salted citrus sensation across the palate, giving way to a delightfully simple profile that scores a direct hit of chile from nose to tail, enhancing and exciting whatever food it’s on. Highest heat.