We are a One-Trick Hummingbird!
Our only product is a hot sauce like you have never tasted before. "Come on" you say, "there's millions of hot sauces out there, what could you possibly do differently?" Our hot sauce is a Louisiana style sauce using a pepper that is not typically found in Louisiana style sauces. The sauce is a simple combination of vinegar, peppers and salt (and xanthan gum as a thickener) that allows the pepper flavor to dominate. It's color is that of the pepper variety that we use: a gold or yellow-orange color. We do not use any colorings or other additives.
We aren't trying to sell you a funny label on a bottle of hot sauce that you will put in your collection and never try. If you like hot sauce or spicy foods, you will like this sauce. It's intense aroma and flavor is all about the Colibrí® pepper and that big flavor comes in addition to the heat. The best part is that we accomplished the powerful flavor without adding a bunch of things that you might not want to put on your food. We have nothing against garlic, honey, sugar, pineapple, lime juice and the other things that you will find in some hot sauces; Colibrí has all the flavor it needs without them.
Look around our site a little, read up on our sauce. We all know you won't really know anything about our sauce until you taste it. So order a bottle or save some postage and order two: we bet you'll want more after you try it.
General Information about Hummingbirds
The hummingbird is on our bottle, in part, because we really enjoy these little pollinators. If you want information on attracting or photographing hummingbirds, you have come to the right place.
As we continue to build our site, we will add more content related to one of our favorite hobbies, attracting and photographing hummingbirds. For now, if you want to learn some hummingbird photography tricks and tips, go vist our friends at the Dyess Creek site.
For general information about hummingbirds such as migration info and how to attract them to your yard, check out Hummingbirds.net.
If you just want to see some photos of humminbirds, check out the rubythroated ones here.