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Torchbearer Honey Badger Hot Sauce

Torchbearer Honey Badger hot sauce is, again, a perfect mix of flavor and heat from this American hot sauce brand. This honey-mustard style hot sauce obviously has a sweet character, but it’s also seriously spicy because they added Trinidad Scorpion and Carolina Reaper peppers. It’s known from Hot Ones season 14, where this sauce was on wing number 7. The Torchbearer Honey Badger is especially great on salmon, chicken and just about anything you would normally use a honey-mustard sauce/dressing for!

Origin: Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania (USA)

Content: 142 grams


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Ingredients Torchbearer Honey Badger Hot Sauce: Apple Cider Vinegar, Trinidad Scorpion Pepper, Honey, Distilled White Vinegar, Water, Canola Oil, Brown Sugar, Mustard Powder, Carolina Reaper Pepper, White Sugar, Cayenne Powder, Black Pepper, Turmeric, Mustard Seed, Garlic Powder, Salt, Garlic.

Torchbearer Honey Badger hot sauce is known from Hot Ones season 14, where this hot sauce was on wing number 7 (out of 10)

Nutritional facts per 100gr:
Energy: 879 kJ/210 kcal
Fat: 10 grams
of which saturates: 1 gram
Carbohydrates: 27 grams
of which sugars: 21 grams
Protein: 4 grams
Salt: 0.54 grams

Allergens: mustard seed

Shake before use and refrigerate after opening.

Additional information

Country / Continent


Heat Level

Very Hot


Sweet, Savoury


Trinidad Scorpion, Carolina Reaper



1 review for Torchbearer Honey Badger Hot Sauce

  1. Felix Hochleitner

    I really enjoy it as it tastes very good AND is a good way to heat up your dishes. But in a way, where taste is still a priority and not just setting your tongue on fire. Usually I am very distant to vinegar as conservation-method, but in this case it really tastes good. I enjoy the “dirty dicks” a lot, but it’s more on the mild side. This is a “dump on everything” kind of sauce on the rather wild side. Not the “challenging” hot sauce wild side, but more the “good amount for spicing up delicious food” wild side. We are not talking microdrops, we are talking sriracha and mayonnaise kind of amounts. Maybe a little less, but a lot more exciting!

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