Howler Monkey Lineup

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Howler Monkey Set
 
Features the entire Howler Monkey lineup including Verde, Original, Hot and Amarillo.
 

Howler Monkey Sauce Verde (5 oz.)

Don't be fooled by the name, this is no tomatillo hot sauce! A blend of green habaneros and bell peppers makes the base for this great sauce. Mild heat with a hint of sweet, this sauce goes great on any dish! Aji Chombo is a traditional Panamanian Style hot sauce heavily influenced by the Caribbean. The Aji Chombo (Scotch Bonnet) pepper was first used in Panama by the Antilleans who settled there from various Caribbean Islands. The hot sauces they created from these peppers are typically vinegar based and are commonly referred to as Aji Chombo or Chombo Picante. You will find Aji Chombo on most restaurants in Panama, especially those on the Atlantic Coast where the Antillean descendants make up the majority of the population. There are many different variations as each restaurant and individual has their own special recipe. You can use Aji Chombo on just about anything. Use it to liven up any dish, add it to soup or use it as a marinade. Unlike most Habanero hot sauces, the Aji Chombo hot sauce starts off with a burn that turns into a blast of flavor.

 

Howler Monkey Original Sauce (5 oz.)

Aji Chombo is a traditional Panamanian Style hot sauce heavily influenced by the Caribbean. .  Just the right heat and flavor to enhance just about any dish with out overpowering it.  If heat is what your after, try our Howler Monkey Hot.  Same great flavor but with the heat kicked up a notch. Aji Chombo is a traditional Panamanian Style hot sauce heavily influenced by the Caribbean. The Aji Chombo (Scotch Bonnet) pepper was first used in Panama by the Antilleans who settled there from various Caribbean Islands. The hot sauces they created from these peppers are typically vinegar based and are commonly referred to as Aji Chombo or Chombo Picante. You will find Aji Chombo on most restaurants in Panama, especially those on the Atlantic Coast where the Antillean descendants make up the majority of the population. There are many different variations as each restaurant and individual has their own special recipe. You can use Aji Chombo on just about anything. Use it to liven up any dish, add it to soup or use it as a marinade. Unlike most habanero hot sauces, the Aji Chombo hot sauce starts off with a burn that turns into a blast of flavor.

 

Howler Monkey "Hot" Sauce (5 oz.)

Want more heat? This is the hotter version of our Original Caribbean style hot sauce from Panama. We took our Original recipe and added Red Habaneros to bring up the heat a few notches. Same great taste with a little more kick! Aji Chombo is a traditional Panamanian Style hot sauce heavily influenced by the Caribbean. The Aji Chombo (Scotch Bonnet) pepper was first used in Panama by the Antilleans who settled there from various Caribbean Islands. The hot sauces they created from these peppers are typically vinegar based and are commonly referred to as Aji Chombo or Chombo Picante. You will find Aji Chombo on most restaurants in Panama, especially those on the Atlantic Coast where the Antillean descendants make up the majority of the population. There are many different variations as each restaurant and individual has their own special recipe. You can use Aji Chombo on just about anything. Use it to liven up any dish, add it to soup or use it as a marinade. Unlike most Habanero hot sauces, the Aji Chombo hot sauce starts off with a burn that turns into a blast of flavor.

 

Howler Monkey Sauce Amarillo Sauce (5 oz.)

Amarillo is our third installment of our Caribbean style hot sauces from Panama.  We use select yellow scotch bonnets and tweaked our Original recipe.  Slightly hotter than our Original with another great flavor! Aji Chombo is a traditional Panamanian Style hot sauce heavily influenced by the Caribbean. The Aji Chombo (Scotch Bonnet) pepper was first used in Panama by the Antilleans who settled there from various Caribbean Islands. The hot sauces they created from these peppers are typically vinegar based and are commonly referred to as Aji Chombo or Chombo Picante. You will find Aji Chombo on most restaurants in Panama, especially those on the Atlantic Coast where the Antillean descendants make up the majority of the population. There are many different variations as each restaurant and individual has their own special recipe. You can use Aji Chombo on just about anything. Use it to liven up any dish, add it to soup or use it as a marinade. Unlike most Habanero hot sauces, the Aji Chombo hot sauce starts off with a burn that turns into a blast of flavor.