Tapatio Hot Sauce is available all over North America and is at most Mexican restaurants in my area, as well as most supermarkets.
It’s a pretty standard, but pretty good hot sauce in my opinion. I prefer Valentina hot sauce, but it’s harder to find and often only at Mexican restaurants and Mexican supermarkets.
Much like most hot sauces Tapatio Hot Sauce is vegan. It’s ingredients are relatively straight-forward and they’re always the same no matter what country or region it’s in.
The full ingredient list of Tapatio hot sauce is: Water, Red peppers, Salt, Spices, Garlic, Acetic Acid, Xanthan Hum, and Sodium Benzoate.
What about their Tapatio seasoning?
I’ve never seen it before, but I’ve heard it’s good.
Tapatio recently came out with a dry seasoning that comes in shaker bottles, and like their hot sauce it’s 100% vegan, gluten free, MSG-free, and all that good stuff. You can get it on Amazon by clicking here, but otherwise you can try to find it at Walmart or a Mexican grocer, although not all locations carry it.
The full list of ingredients for Tapatio Salsa Picante Seasoning is: Sea salt, Red pepper, Garlic, Vinegar powder, Spices, Citric Acid, Sodium Diacetrate, Extractives of paprika, and Silicon Dioxide.