A jar of Hatch Chile Cocktail Sauce on a woven mat, flanked by dried chilies, with a blurred background emphasizing the product.
A jar of Hatch Chile cocktail sauce labeled "medium" heat, containing 16 fl oz (454 g). The jar's label is colorfully designed with vibrant red and green accents.
Product label for "Hatch Chile Cocktail Sauce" medium heat chile sauce, featuring brand logo, nutrition facts, and a brief description of the family tradition behind the sauce using Hatch Valley chiles

Hatch Chile Cocktail Sauce

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Embarking on a culinary quest, Lady Oyster aimed to marry the unique flavors of New Mexico's Hatch Valley chiles, known for their earthy, smoky qualities, with the briny, herbaceous, and sweet notes of Maine oysters. This ambitious experiment led to "Hatch x New England" - a spicy, zesty cocktail sauce blending the fiery Southwest with the crisp maritime charm of New England, crafted with love and a flair for regional specialties.


Processed in a facility that also produces Soy. Worcestershire Sauce contains fish (anchovies).



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Brave the heat

Not sure which variety is best for you? Use the Scovile Heat Units to determine your heat tolerance.

Chile pepper heat is measured in Scoville Units. The number of Scoville Units indicates the amount of capsaicin present.

Scoville Heat Units compared to Hatch Chile varieties. Joe Parker & Machete (mild) 500-2,500. Charger & Big Jim (medium) 2,500-3,500. G-76 & Sandia (hot) 5,000-7,000. Lumbre (x-hot) 15,000-30,000. Habanero 200,000-350,000. Pure Capsacin 15,000,000.