Tahiti Joe's Kumawanakilya combines Habanero peppers and tomatoes to make a sauce banned by all proctologists. When Tahiti Joe got into the hot sauce biz, his "Makuna Kane" (father), Tahiti Joe Sr. said "Keiki Kane" (son) if you want to make it in the hot sauce biz, you have to Puhi (burn) the competition. With that in mind (what's left of it), Tahiti Joe went off to the islands to ravage the "Killer Habanero Patch". Taking no chances with the killer Habs and their resins, Tahiti Joe puts on a mask, surgical gloves, and two extra large condoms ( you have to protect the jewels ya know). Tahiti Joe snuck in at broad day light and it became an instant war! The killer Habs put up a great fight but it was no match for the "Kahuna of Hot Sauce". He escaped on his get away outrigger being pelted by crushed tomatoes (get the connection?). That's how the tomatoes got in the sauce. So the next time you get crushed, Kumawanakilya will take the pain away for good.
Habanero peppers, apple cider vinegar, crushed tomatoes, Key lime juice, clam juice, Worcestershire, honey, carrots, fresh garlic, fresh onions, ginger, cilantro and spices. No Fat, No Calorie, No Carb, No Sugar, No Cholesterol.
2000 National Scovie Award-3rd place Louisiana style hot sauce.
This sauce was an award winner for 1998 & 1999 in FDM's Insane Category.