Everything is made at the Marie Sharp's family farm in the foothills of the Maya Mountains in Belize, Central America.
“This stuff is the real deal, and you'll see it on virtually every tabletop in Belize. The ingredients include onions, garlic, tomatoes, and a number of other flavorings, but all you really taste is that sweet, fruity habanero. It has a relentless heat, in part because of added pure capsicum oil. It's (Belizean Heat) one of my favorites.”
J. Kenji López
American Chef and Food Writer
I discovered Marie Sharp's when my ship anchored off Belize in the 90's and it's been my favourite hot sauce ever since. I've tried many brands over the years but the recipe using habanero, carrots and lime juice has been perfect.
I enjoyed it every day for over two decades. I highly recommend it especially Beware, Belizean Heat and Green Habanero Pepper Sauce.
I am also thrilled that Marie Sharp's has helped to raise funds for Sea Shepherd anti-poaching efforts.
Captain Paul Watson
Founder (1977) Sea Shepherd Conservation Society
“Marie Sharp's...is extremely popular among hot sauce enthusiasts — and for good reason. It's chunky with a bright and fresh vegetal flavor from habaneros, carrots, and lime juice. The balance of acidic tang and sweetness from the carrots is just right. If any hot sauce could be called refreshing, it's this one. Try it on anything from Jamaican food to fancy cheeses.”
Independent Product Reviews
“All the sauces, from Hot Habanero to Belizean Heat, achieves the perfect balance of flavor and heat.”
Caribbean Travel Guide
“Marie Sharp invented one of the two best steak sauces in the world.”
Film Critic, Chicago Sun Times