Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Would You Eat "Fire Ant Juice?" Read This Before Saying "NO"

If you live or vacation in Florida, you've probably heard the warning about not disturbing a fire ant hill -- and perhaps you've had the misfortune of inadvertently stepping on one and experiencing the excruciatingly painful burn from being stung by fire ants.

Many people have described the agony caused by fire ant stings as feeling like their skin was on fire.

In light of that, why would anyone in their right mind ever consider eating fire ant juice?

The answer is quite simple, actually:  Because "Fire Ant Juice" is the name of a fiery-hot gourmet hot sauce made in Florida!

Click to buy Fire Ant Juice
Fire Ant Juice Hot Sauce gets its unforgiving heat from cayenne peppers, jalapeno peppers and habanero peppers. This three-pepper combination ensures that you'll feel the initial zingy bite of the cayennes followed by the smoldering burn of jalapenos, which explodes into a long-lived raging inferno as the habaneros kick in. This hat trick of heat is guaranteed to thrill the serious fiery-foods fanatic who yearns for and appreciates a well-crafted, multi-layered heat experience.

But Fire Ant Juice is not just another cleverly-named hot sauce that cares more about an attention-grabbing name and high heat level than about the quality of flavors and ingredients inside the bottle. No, this potent potion is as much about high-quality ingredients and palate-pleasing flavors as it is about the fiery heat inspired by its namesake insect.

For one thing, the hot peppers are all listed ahead of vinegar on the ingredients list, which appears fifth on the label instead of first or second as with lesser, vinegar-based hot sauces. Furthermore, unlike generic vinegary hot sauces, Fire Ant Juice Gourmet Hot Sauce adds naturally sweet mango juice for tropical Florida flavor, ripe tomatoes for richness, and roasted garlic for savory zest. Finally, there are no artificial ingredients, additives or chemical preservatives in this high-quality, high-heat and high-flavor sauce.

Now that you have the full story, would YOU eat Fire Ant Juice?

If you've changed your answer to "Yes!" you can buy Fire Ant Juice Hot Sauce online at the Carolina Sauces online store, where it's currently on sale.

Zestfully yours,


  1. G'day! I have never heard of this sauce before but would have a go, TRUE!
    Experienced something similar recently that was served to compliment grilled platters of meat too!
    Cheers! Joanne

    1. Howdy, Joanne!
      I love your spirit of adventure :-) I enjoy mango hot sauces very much, especially with grilled meats. The sweet heat is a great complement to the robust, hearty flavors of beef, pork, lamb & venison, and even dark poultry. Years ago I tried an Australian mango hot sauce that was very rich and thick, and absolutely delicious. Wish i could still get it here in the US but I think it was discontinued (this was almost 10 yrs ago).
      Have a zesty day, and thanks for your comment!