Yellowbird Foods

56 Ratings

Yellowbird produces hot sauces made from specialty peppers and fresh fruits home-grown in Austin, Texas.

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Yellowbird Foods Reviews


I love every variety of yellow bird hot sauce I’ve tried but my favorite is the serano. My household goes through about one bottle every month. It just works with all savory foods.

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Sierra S's review of Yellowbird Foods
3 months ago

We love an ATX brand! But seriously, I'm a big fan of these sauces. Creative, tasty sauce flavors that have a fresh flavor clearly derived from high-quality ingredients. My boyfriend, who is a hot sauce addict and keeps just about every type of hot sauce in our fridge, can even vouch for Yellowbird's quality!


I would love to see Yellowbird expand to create other types of sauces beyond hot sauces!

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4 months ago

An amazing new hot sauce brand. Love the fact that there is a variety of different sauces based on different peppers - so there's a little something for everyone. Also, the variety of 'heat' across the brand is great. The sampler pack is a great way to try them all, love!

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5 months ago

The absolute best hot sauce. It’s fireeeeee - do not sleep on it! My favorite is the habanero, which is part of my regular Whole Foods grocery order. I’m almost embarrassed to say how quickly we go through it - but it genuinely works with almost any type of cuisine and I love that the ingredients are super clean.

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6 months ago

Yellowbird’s Habanero hot sauce has become a pantry staple for me and I put it on everything! The agave, sriracha, and Serrano are great as well but the Habanero is my go to.

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6 months ago
Good for gifts 🎁Tasty 😋
8 months ago