How spicy is it?

Tiger Saté is a flavorful sauce with moderate heat from fresh habaneros (hot) jalapenos (medium) or pure red pepper flakes (mild). The medium level is comparable to Sriracha sauce in heat, but with added complexity from garlic and lemongrass notes. The spicy level takes it up a notch, similar to habanero-based salsas; the mild sauce has just a bit of heat to complement the fragrance of the fresh ingredients.

Even if you like medium or hot for dipping, you may want to try the mild version for flavoring soups and marinades - it adds a burst of fresh lemongrass and garlic flavor without overwhelming the rest of the ingredients with heat.

For the real chili aficionados, estimated Scoville values:

Mild: 700
Medium: 2,000
Spicy: 8,000

What can you eat Tiger Saté with?

The original way to use saté is as a finishing sauce for soups, it also goes well with a lot of different foods. Scrambled eggs and Tiger Saté really elevates a simple breakfast. It's a great dipping sauce for steak, fish, dumplings, tofu, fries, and here in Houston, folks love it with crawfish.

It also works well as a topping to noodles, fried rice, and stir-fries - though we've found it best to add it just before eating; cooking with Tiger Saté tends to boil off the enticing aromas which make the sauce unique.

Where do you ship?

Tiger Saté is made in Houston and we offer free shipping to US-based customers. We're also happy to ship internationally, though shipping fees will apply.

What is your return policy?

We guarantee the quality of all our products. If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, we offer a money-back guarantee, no questions asked - just contact us within 2 weeks of purchase.

Is Tiger Saté shelf-stable?

Tiger Saté is vacuum-sealed for freshness and can be stored at room temperature for up to a year if unopened. After opening, we recommend that you store it in the fridge to preserve the aroma and flavor. But we guarantee that you'll finish it before it sits there for long!