DIS Review: Adoboloco Jalapeno Sauce
I got a bottle of the very popular Adoboloco Jalapeno Sauce a few weeks ago. Dipped In Shoyu received a bottle of the Adoboloco Jalapeno Sauce for free but will not affect the outcome of the review.
Adoboloco Jalapeno Sauce is made on the islands of Hawaii. Here’s a little info about the sauce that is printed on the bottle packaging.
“Adoboloco is produced in small batches and can vary in color and slight flavor depending on each local crop. We never use additives or coloring. This sauce is 100% naturally ONOlicious.”
When you first twist the cap and take a quick sniff, the smell with take you to the Asian market in the vinegar isle. It will remind you of the vinegar/chili bottles that you can buy for a few bucks but smells so much better. More refined. When you taste Adoboloco for the first time it will seem like you can practically put it on anything. For me, it took me back to my childhood when I used to have fresh chicharon and dipped that in the vinegar chili sauce with my grandpa. Adoboloco definitely has a nostalgic affect on me.
I would recommend this sauce to anyone and for only $7.75 (tax and shipping may vary and is not included) how can you deny yourself of trying this?
To buy Adoboloco Jalapeno Sauce, go to Adoboloco.com