SWET - TORTURE TUBE
SWET - TORTURE TUBE
SWET - Torture Tube
A tube of happiness (or not) containing 3 hot sauces: FUMADO, SUN BURN & TEARS.
A deliciously spicy selection to share to make a mini version of Hot Ones, or on its own for the bravest!
The intensely smoky flavor of Fumado comes from Pimentòn de la Vera, this pepper is dried with green oak smoke for two weeks, right after harvest, which gives it such a rich taste. Unlike Chipotle, it is free of artificial flavors, it is pure smoke.
🔪 Eat with grilled meat or vegetables, fresh cheeses, morteau sausage or even a vegetable tart.
💪🏻 Strength: 4/10
As fruity as it is powerful, Sun Burn takes you directly into the heat of South Africa! It is precisely from the Congo that the perfectly ripe mangoes contained in this sauce come, added with ginger and a few spices, it's a tropical explosion 🌶 🌴
🔪 Sun Burn goes wonderfully with fish, roast chicken, and anything else you fancy!
💪🏻 Strength: 5/10
The mega mega hot version of pears for tears, with Carolina Reapers peppers replacing the habanero.
🔪 This sauce was designed to accompany any classic Northern European dish such as Pot-au-feu, Waterzooi, Blanquette de veau or even simple mashed potatoes or mild cheeses like Brie. It provides a good amount of spice without disturbing the taste.
💪🏻 Strength: 12/10
3 x 100ml
Swet is a Belgian hot sauce brand that manufactures its sauces in small batches. They are made from the best possible ingredients: ripe and seasonal fruits, always fresh, sourced as much as possible from organic or local farming. They seek to develop subtle flavor profiles, using complex blends of quality spices, which they grind themselves. No powder, no flavor, no texture or color additive, ever. They want to break negative preconceived ideas about hot sauce, with a healthy, modern product that is comfortable on all tables.
The vast majority of their peppers are grown in the heart of Brussels, exclusively for them, on the roof of Bigh Farming's slaughterhouses. These peppers are fed with organic matter, without any additives or chemical treatments, and harvested from April to December. This allows them to use fresh peppers almost all year round and be ultra flexible in their production. A great push for urban optimization that we are happy to support and highlight at Bibine Club.