Marie Sharps Hottest Hot Sauce - The Best Tasting Sauces From Belize To Your Front Door

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Have you tasted Marie Sharps hottest hot sauce? If not, you dont know what youre missing! Marie Sharps is the official hot sauce of Belize, and you can find it on just about every table in Belize. The hottest hot sauce connoisseurs from around the world regularly point to Marie Sharps as being the best, and their refrigerators are always stocked with the many different types of Marie Sharps hottest hot sauces.

Although its one of the hottest hot sauces, each Marie Sharps hot sauce variety has a unique, textured flavor, so youll find a flavor of the hot sauce that is perfect for virtually every dish. From using it to cook with poultry to beef to fish (and even as a condiment), Marie Sharps is the hottest hot sauce for any occasion.

But many people dont the history of this hottest hot sauce in the world. Marie Sharp is a real woman who was born in 1940 in Belize City. She and her husband literally grew the hot sauce company from the ground up on their 400-acre farm in Belize. Decades later (and many satisfied customers later), Marie Sharps hottest hot sauce is a fan favorite from the Caribbean to the U.S. to Europe and beyond.

In the beginning, Marie Sharp had about six varieties of hot sauces based on several different base ingredients, including the habanero pepper (a primary ingredient in the hottest hot sauce), carrots, papaya, cho-cho, and even cabbage. Today, she uses many different ingredients as the base flavor, and her selection is always growing.

All of the ingredients in Marie Sharps hottest hot sauce are all still locally grown in Belize, and her hot sauce empire continues to thrive. Starting from almost nothing, Marie Sharp has advice for all small business owners: Sometimes people have the idea: If I am going to make this thing to sell, I am going to try to make it cheap. And then what happens? You come out with a mediocre product and then it doesn't sell. So make sure whatever you are producing, you are producing at your best. Because you have something outstanding in that product and that is what is going to get you your customers.
So to be a success, I think quality, presentation, and of course you have to be consistent. And as long as you keep those three things in mind you can't help but become a success.

Its sage advice for any business owner. And she should know: Marie Sharp continues to produce the highest quality, hottest hot sauce to the great delight of her millions of customers.

Now you can browse the many varieties of Marie Sharps hottest hot sauce in one easy place online. Anjos Imports has a huge selection of Marie Sharps hot sauce with complete descriptions of ingredients and recommendations for the types of meats to use with each variety of sauce.

Select from the following Marie Sharps hottest hot sauces:
Marie Sharp's Belizean Heat Hot Sauce from Belize
Marie Sharp's Beware Hot Sauce from Belize
Marie Sharp's Exotic Sauce from Belize
Marie Sharp's Fiery Hot Sauce from Belize
Marie Sharp's Grapefruit Pulp Hot Pepper Sauce from Belize
Marie Sharp's Green Habanero Hot Pepper Sauce from Belize
Marie Sharp's Hot Sauce from Belize
Marie Sharp's Mild Sauce from Belize
Marie Sharp's No Wimps Allowed Hot Sauce from Belize
Marie Sharp's Orange Pulp Hot Sauce from Belize

Visit www.AnjosImports.com for all of Marie Sharps hottest hot sauces and many other fine sauces from the Caribbean region.
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Valerie and Lloyd Webster are the owners of Anjos Imports, a distributor of premium, exotic, uniquely flavored gourmet sauces, seasonings, spices, and marinades to fine restaurants and wholesalers. Anjos Imports has been importing gourmet sauces from the Caribbean since 1984. Browse Anjos Imports superior selection of Jamaican jerk seasoning, jerk sauce, jerk marinade, Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee, and other fine products from the Caribbean region by visiting www.AnjosImports.com.

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This article was published on 2010/10/30