Chapala is a small town on the banks of Lake Chapala not far from Guadalajara, Mexico and is home to Cholula hot sauce. Made from peppers harvested in the local fields Cholula is made in the traditional Mexican way. The 'Molcajete' - a pestle and mortar made out of volcanic rocks play a fundamental role in Cholula's rich Mexican heritage. used for centuries by the Aztecs and early Mexicans to grind a range of ingredients together. Today, though produced in larger batches, Cholula is made in a very similar way. From its hand carved wooden cap and the colourful artistry of the label, to the thick, rich colour of the sauce inside - Cholula pleases the senses.
Water, Peppers (Arbol and Piquin Peppers), Salt, Vinegar, Spices and Xanthan Gum