Murder Hornet Hot Sauce

Murderously Flavorful Hot Sauces

Bring The Sting

Seattle, Washington

Murder Hornet Hot Sauce is a small batch sauce company founded by two long-time friends and fellow hot sauce fanatics. Their process starts in a small test kitchen in West Seattle, Washington. It’s here that they let creativity and ambitious thinking take the wheel as they experiment with unique ingredients and exciting new flavor combinations. They do this with careful consideration not just for the sauce itself but for the food you use it on.  Their best ideas are refined through painstaking trial and error and an unwavering standard for what a good, top-shelf hot sauce should be. What results are bold and exquisitely balanced hot sauces that are as addictive as they are versatile. Here’s what sets them apart from the rest:

Quality ingredients. All of their produce is fresh (never dried or frozen) and sourced as close to home as possible. And Murder Hornet Hot Sauce is always free of preservatives, added sugars, and artificial coloring. 

Unrushed cooking techniques. They take time to fire their vegetables, leaving them juicy, caramelized, and just a little smoky. Next, they blend and cook everything in small batches, allowing enough time for all the flavors and textures to emulsify. In the end, every ingredient shines to its fullest potential. 

Just the right amount of heat. They think a good hot sauce should bring the heat, but never at the expense of flavor. For this reason, they make sure their sauce has the perfect amount of heat so it sharpens the existing flavors of your food, rather than overpowering them. 

A perfect pour. They think a good hot sauce should be thick and robust, covering the food you put it on, rather than pooling up at the bottom of your plate. For that reason, water is never a main ingredient in their sauces.

Fashion forward. With a bottle design every bit as bold and compelling as their sauce, they’ve officially brought style and intrigue to the dinner table. How often does your favorite hot sauce double as a conversation piece?