Piko Riko
Piko Riko
Piko Riko

Microsaucerie Piko Peppers

Piko Riko

Piko Riko

Beer  BeerBell Pepper  Bell PepperCayenne Pepper  Cayenne PepperGarlic  GarlicHabanero Pepper  Habanero PepperLemon  LemonOnion  OnionVinegar  Vinegar
Chicken  ChickenPizza  PizzaShrimp  Shrimp

Beer  BeerBell Pepper  Bell PepperCayenne Pepper  Cayenne PepperGarlic  GarlicHabanero Pepper  Habanero PepperLemon  LemonOnion  OnionVinegar  Vinegar

Food Pairings:
Chicken  ChickenPizza  PizzaShrimp  Shrimp
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Help us welcome Montreal-based Piko Peppers to the Hot Ones sauce family! They’re bringing fresh flavor to the #3-spot with Piko Riko, an updated take on a classic Piri Piri sauce. Piko Riko has all the hallmark savory and sour notes of a Piri Piri hot sauce, but with a subtle hoppy twist from beer and just-right floral heat from habanero peppers. This hot sauce has lovely acidity and umami, making it a versatile cooking sauce. Try it on everything from pizza to shrimp, short rib ragu and more. A must-have for roast chicken! - Heatonist

Bell peppers, onions, vinegar, lemon juice, garlic, cane sugar, canola oil, sea salt, habanero peppers, Cayenne peppers, spices, beer (water, millet, corn, Demerara sugar, hop, yeast)

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Microsaucerie Piko Peppers


Meet the Team Behind Piko Peppers
Piko Peppers was founded by two Montrealers who share a passion for cooking, gardening, and spicy meals. It is the result of a desire to discover—and help people rediscover—tasty sauces with complex and well-balanced flavours as well as heat that will awaken your taste buds without setting them on fire.

As they searched for the world’s best hot sauce, JP and Val discovered numerous small companies that sell homemade sauces outside Quebec. While they tested many, many small-batch spicy products, they discovered tasty and surprising sauces—a whole new world of flavour experiences compared to industrial sauces with a dominant taste of vinegar. At that moment, they decided to help local consumers rediscover hot peppers... in all their delicious forms.

But producing “from garden to table” hot sauces and condiments in an urban setting is no small task, especially in Quebec, where hot pepper season is very short. The two hot sauce enthusiasts started dabbling in hydroponics and collecting seeds of rarer and hotter peppers than those usually found at the market. They started growing some of the world’s hottest peppers. They now grow over 50 varieties, including the Cherry Bomb, Ghost, Aji Pineapple, Trinidad Scorpion, and Yellow Bubblegum peppers... to name just a few.

There are so many hot pepper varieties to discover, so many surprising and complex blends of flavours to taste! No need to look any further: Piko Peppers is there to bring the world of hot peppers to you with local and fresh homemade products.

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