Hate on my tastebuds all you want, but I can't eat a lot of foods without condiments. Subway? Add ranch. Burger? Add ketchup. It's not that these foods are awful without some kind of condiment or sauce, but I'd rather not go without it. These days I refuse to have a sriracha-less meal.
Every sriracha lover needs to take a bottle of sriracha on the go. I know, it doesn't seem normal to carry around a bottle of sriracha sauce, but I think sriracha keychains make it acceptable. I wouldn't look at anyone crazy for pulling one of these out. Luckily, we can all join in on the fun. Amazon has a Huy Fong Foods sriracha keychain gift pack available for all sriracha lovers to take everywhere.
- Fun gift idea
- BPA-free and TSA friendly
- Includes aluminum carabiner for clipping to backpacks
- Get the keychain only here for $9.99
The sriracha hot sauce combo pack includes a 9-ounce bottle of sriracha, 1-ounce keychain, and a 1.7-ounce hot sauce keychain. Don't worry! These mini keychains are refillable. For the sriracha obsessed, this is a game-changer. I don't blame people for wanting all of their food to have a spicy kick! This great product takes a lot of food to the next level.
Not every restaurant carries sriracha sauce. You definitely can't depend on a lot of fast-food restaurants to carry it either. Each sauce keychain bottle has a secure lock cap so it won't leak. Sriracha keychains make perfect gifts for the hot sauce lovers in your life.
Where was this keychain bottle when I was in high school? I could've made a lot of cafeteria food taste a lot better with a mini hot sauce bottle. I would've made sure to keep a bottle keychain on my backpack at all times.
Don't want to attach a mini bottle to your keyring? Not a problem. You can buy a stash of 50 Huy Fong Foods hot chili sauce packets. If you haven't jumped on the sriracha bandwagon, it's not too late. I'm sure you'll be carrying around a Huy Fong sriracha bottle keychain soon enough!
If your pantry is already stocked with sriracha bottles, get this sriracha keychain!
This post was originally published on September 20, 2019.