As if it were made for regionites like the ones who stormed Oceanic Supermarket in Tampa around this time last year during the “Srirachapocalypse” scare, a more convenient way (though it might seem a little showy to some) for people to get down with their Huy Fong Foods-made hot sauce now exists.
A company called Sriracha2Go started producing a lightweight, pocket-sized keychain that may be filled, and refilled, with that hopelessly beloved rooster sauce.
Though the 1.25-ounce bottles, which arrive on doorsteps empty, are branded with a mock Huy Fong logo (it aptly reads “Sriracha Trên Di”) rather than the one featuring Sriracha’s signature mascot, the vessels are fit for transporting any eater’s preferred spicy sauce of choice.
According to the new product’s website, one keychain costs $7. Those prepping multiple holiday gifts, however, may want to go for a bulk offer.
And if there’s a posse of eaters out there convinced that this hot-sauce flask isn’t worth the price, top off a set of travel-size shampoo bottles with Sriracha and hand those out instead.