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“Their sauces emphasized flavor first and heat second, without the kick lingering too long after the fact. Maybe it’s because the heat wasn’t weaponized as a scare factor, but that balance was so impressive that I decided to try every sauce on their table. I wasn’t alone in doing so, either.

Chris Ginder: "...we love finding new inspiration at our local markets and creating new sauces almost the way a chef would be inspired when developing a new menu or special."



These 21 hot sauces will send your tastebuds on a trip around the world. #18 is Gindos.


Chef Michael Voltaggio, Sack Sandwiches: “Gindo's offers a spectrum of flavors, colors, and heat levels. The gift boxes are always a hit for any occasion.”


2017 Entrepreneural Excellence Awards Honorees in the Growth Category: “Over the first five years, sales grew about 10-20% annually. Now in the sixth year, growth has erupted to over 150 percent. In the ever expanding and highly competitive world of hot sauce, the Gindos are passionately working to become the must-have condiment in every kitchen.”

 “Ginder, it turns out, is like the Forrest Gump of hot sauce: He always happens to be in the right place at the right time. His is “the hot sauce that chefs love to love,” says Umami Burger founder Adam Fleischman.”



 “Bold but not overpowering, this habanero-powered elixir features a tangy and complex flavor (it’s seasoned with Himalayan and black lava salts) that has made it a favorite amongst local chefs. Michael Voltaggio splashes it on sandwiches at Ink.sack, while ChocoChicken uses it for their “Bee Sting” honey sauce.”

“I’m over Sriracha. Below are a smattering of sauces from around the world

that I think have better flavor and make for better additions for seasoning what you’re cooking

or serving....Gindo’s Honey Habanero: a unique honey-habanero pepper sauce.”