Vermont Craft Hot Sauce – Read what our satisfied customers are saying below…

Vermont Crafted Original Naranja

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Vermont Crafted – Jeo’s #1 Jalapa

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Vermont Crafted – Mango Habanero

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Vermont Crafted White Hot

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Vermont Crafted – Old Coy Dog

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Chipotle Infused Maple Syrup

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Habanero Infused Maple Syrup

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Local Tang

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Poto Rojo

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Table Sauce Vermont Made

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Vermont Crafted Chipotle Grande

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Both Syrups

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Seasonal Pack

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Any 5 Hot Sauces

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100 people commented on “Vermont Craft Hot Sauce – Read what our satisfied customers are saying below…

  1. The White Hot tastes like McDonalds chicken nuggets but without all the crap and its really got the right amount of spice. This company is becoming my favorite hot sauce. Perfect variety!

  2. we need more pepper jelly in our lives! PLEASE for the love of all that is jammy with a kick, consider adding it as a limited edition product on your website. we picked some up at the craft beer festival on long island and fell in love. had we known it was only available for distribution at events, we would have picked up several! :( HALP

  3. A huge fan of Benitos since trying some sauces at Beer Conn in CT! I bought a few things as well as the Habanero Mango Jam and I can’t seem to find it on your page. I would love to buy more jam, it is perfect!

  4. Just wanted to let you know we recently got married and went to New Hope PA for our honeymoon. We visited Glenn at Suzie’s Hot Shoppe. So many sauces and didn’t know what to choose. When we asked for a nice hot mustard sauce, Glenn immediately suggested yours (White Hot). He described the flavors and palette reaction to the letter. It is very possibly the best hot mustard sauce we’ve ever had. Never would have known had it not been for Glenn. We’d gladly buy any of your other products that he would choose to stock on his shelves.

    Jamie and Karen
    Pine Beach NJ

  5. Just received my first shipment–really fast!!–and tested every item in the ultimate gift pack as soon as it arrived. Everything was great, the neighbors liked them too. I’ll be using them at a BBQ this weekend and will order more next week. I’ll be letting all my friends know how great they taste!

  6. We got some of your Chipotle Infused Maple Syrup when we went to Jay’s Peak, Vermont for a wedding last July. It was so unusual and delicious! I drizzle it over brussel sprouts and roast them. They are our family’s new favorite vegetable. Delish!!! I need to order some more…

  7. Candied Hot Pecans made with Benito’s Habanero Infused Maple Syrup

    These nuts are off the hook! The recipe makes 1 cup

    1 Tbsp. butter

    1 cup pecan halves

    2 Tbsp. granulated sugar

    Generous pinch each of:

    ground cinnamon


    cayenne pepper

    kosher salt

    1 tsp of honey and 1 to 2 tsp of Benito’s Habanero Infused Maple Syrup.

    You can adjust the ratio for more or less heat.

    Melt butter in a small sauce pan over medium heat. Add the pecans and sugar. Sprinkle in the spices

    and salt. Toss the pecans to coat them well with the butter, and cook until they start turning brown and

    shiny, about 5 minutes.

    Remove pan from heat. Wait 30 seconds, then add the habanero infused maple syrup, tossing well to coat the pecans. Spread

    on a plate and cool.

  8. Just received some Benito’s Chipotle Maple Syrup… in Cameroon, Africa, from my mom in Vermont. I’m having a hard time thinking of something that tastes more like home. Lathering it on some dried Boar’s Head salami (also in the package) and three sunny-side eggs made for one of the best meals I’ve had since I got here. Really can’t even tell you how much I appreciate that. All the best! – Andrew

  9. Benitos sauces are exceptional, my favorites are Mango Habanero and Joes 1 Jalapa. I discovered these fabulous sauces when I visited Vermont a few years ago. Go Benito!!!

  10. my daughter turned me on to your habanero maple flavored hot sauce, let me tell you this by far the best I have ever tasted, I shared it a work and I think you have a market of fans up here in the NEK. PLEASE TELL ME MORE :)

  11. Hey Benito! How do I get some “Liquid Lou” in a bottle? You guys are pretty close to me – let’s come up with a high octane sauce that we can market at my races – I think that would be awesome!

    I just posted on your facebook page – lets talk soon!

  12. Benito,
    Your sauces are outstanding, anyone can make a hot sauce,you make your’s with true, distinct flavors! The care you put in comes out in the taste! Bravo Benito, Bravo!!

  13. Benitos is the best! Just had some Naranja on my crepe as Skinny Pancake and have an Ol Coy Dog at home to be opened soon.

  14. I’ve used your Hot Sauces sprinkled on sea foods and grilled meats. THEY ARE GREAT!!!!!!!!!!

  15. Benito’s Hotsauce gets my vote! Ben supports local organic farmers, like myself, by purchasing many ingredients at the local level. Yay Vermont Agriculture! Yay local responsible business practices!

  16. Just wanted to pop in and say that I am loving your hot sauces! Benito’s Original Naranja & Old Bricktucky are my favorites by far. Do you make any bigger bottles 😉

  17. Three words… OLD COY DOG!!! The best hot sauce I have ever had!! Hands down.

    CAUTION: for pepper heads only :)

  18. I just wanted to say that my husband and I stumbled upon your table at a farmers market in Burlington, VT this past weekend… We tried every sauce you had on display before purchasing the Mango Habanero. I am sad to report that our bottle is almost empty. Your sauces are quite delicious and we can’t get enough. We’ve been putting it on eggs, salads, you name it. Are you in any stores near the Connecticut River? We’re not from VT…

  19. Hi I just placed an order for 3 sauces I want 3 Mango Habanero sauces please. Thanks

  20. Hi Lisa,
    Thanks for your interest. Wholesale pricing is $4 a bottle plus shipping. Where are you located? Hope to hear from you soon. -Ol’ Benito

  21. I would really like to see about getting some samples. I have heard great things but have not had the opportunity to try any of them. I would also like to get some wholesale pricing and see if I could use this at my Grill. Let me if you would be interested in this.

  22. Good Morning; I am interested in being your exclusive distributor for the Arabian Gulf; please send me an email to see if we can do business.
    Best Regards, John A. Cooper

  23. Hey, Need some more of that Mango Habanero sauce but do not see it listed. Do you still make it? My wife goes crazy for that shit. Need more so I can get some….

  24. Tried the sauce recently at the Meadowlands Expo in NJ, and I was hooked! Going to have to drive up to Vermont and buy a boxload.

  25. Hey, I also have to tell you that I received the previous order with a sampler of all your products. I must tell you that you are a true talent. So many “hot sauces” totally ignore flavor and quality in favor of heat. Your sauces are so absolutely flavorful I can’t begin to tell you . . . so fabulous! When I just happened to buy one bottle at Smugglers Notch last year, I had no idea I would be giving-up all the others for your sauces!

  26. My boyfriend and I LOVE your hot sauce. I never even liked hot sauce, but I am now hooked. Keep it up!

    Can you start carrying in Mass?

    I also just ordered for shipping, but no way to specify my choose three for the pack. I don’t see a way to contact you directly. Let me what to do.

  27. Thanks for your support David! I just shipped your maple gift pack order today! I would recommend that you either use the ghost flakes in chili or a few flakes to saute asparagus or a piece of chicken. As I’m sure you know already, use sparingly. One jar will spice up a whole 3 to 4 gallon pot of chili quite nicely. Stay well. – Ol’ Benito

  28. Got some of your mango sauce at the Smuggler’s Notch fair last summer and use it on fish as well as eggs. I ordered all your other products and am gradually trying them all. How would you recommend I use the Bhut flakes? The research I did online is a bit, well, scary . . . even for a hot sauce lover like me. Thanks for great products. I wish you great success.

  29. Hello!
    My wife and I own a retail BBQ supply store in Saint Augustine, Florida and we carry a large selection of award-winning BBQ sauces and rubs. We are very interested in adding your Maple Chipotle Rub to our collection. Please let us know your wholesale pricing.

    Thank you so much,

    Craig Jinbo
    The Art of BBQ
    56 San Marco Avenue
    Saint Augustine, FL 32084

  30. Hey, We bought Benito’s Old Coy Dog at the Burlington Farmers Market two Saturdays ago…We went through the whole bottle in a week. We went to the Farmer’s Market just to buy more. We love it. I went on line to find where we can buy it. I work in Essex and will be stopping tomorrow to pick some up at the 5 Corner Beverage place. Yum! – Deborah Deen – Burlington,VT

  31. You have to try the White Hot !!!! The best hot sauce I’ve ever tasted. Great flavor and fine heat. Benito’s does it right. In my neck of the woods, this can’t be beat. Add a few drops to a shrimp and lobster stir fry and you’ll be on cloud nine. Benito’s, good folks, great products. -Dave Crosby- Milford, ME

  32. I’m loving that Old Bricktucky Cayenne…I first had it at the Northfield Farmer’s Market this past June. Just moved to Tennessee and I’m in need of some more for slow roastin!!!!

  33. Hey Jason,
    Sorry, but the Old Coy Dog is a seasonal. I will have more in November after the harvest. Thanks for your interest. – Ol’ Benito

  34. Hey Mike,
    You can roast them, puree them, dry and crush them…it’s all up to you. Depends on what you are into. – Ol’ Benito

  35. Dude tried these hot sauces at a fair man they are the best hot sauces i have tried in a long time

  36. I wanna Make Hot sauce out of Cayenne witch is the Best way … i know you know Mick Vez The Town Of Cary,NC

  37. I bought some of your Old Coy Dog sauce at the brew fest. How can I go about ordering more? I didn’t see it on the site?

  38. I am really happy that you got your sauce down to the co-op in Montpelier but now I moved and you got to find a place closer to Bradford so I can keep up on the sauces. Thanks for the great stuff man there is no better.

  39. Damn this coy dog sauce is quite hot. I’m diggin it… Hot sauce shots? I’m so there next time!!!

  40. Great stuff – the onion/garlic base of the White Hot makes it about as good on eggs as any hot sauce I’ve had. It’s a great base in general – not too thin, not too thick. Ordered three more bottles today!

  41. I saw those guys take shots of your hot sauce at the Mt. Snow brewers’ fest last month,what a riot! You were right, Joe’s #1 Jalapa does have an unmistakable earthy cilantro lime flavor. I feel as though it is superior to any green sauce I have ever tasted. I can tell you must make it in small batches! I told you I would give you an online shot out! Nice work Ol’ Benito!

  42. Tried Benitos at the beer fest at Killington – this is the only hot sauce I eat since it has heat AND flavor. I love the mango on homemade tacos and the carrot I add to creamy tomato soup, it gives it a really nice flavor with heat….sooo good!

    I’m going to have to re-stock soon!

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