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I had visited this facility years ago and it has upgraded significantly to an informative and memorable tour with a video, an excellent guide and delicious treat at the end. Definitely a worthwhile stop in Stann Creek.
My friend loves her hot sauce and dragged our two families here. We all enjoyed meeting Marie's grandson and trying ALL the hot sauces and jams as well as the fruit wine. Friendly and inviting. Informative. Great gift shop. Lots of folks getting hot sauce...More
I’d tasted many of Marie Sharp’s hot sauces before visiting so I was interested in it’s production. I tasted the preserves for the first time, a jelly with habaneros would be interesting on cheese and crackers. Tour requires you wear closed toe shoes, health code...More
The tour of Marie Sharp’s Hot Sauce Factory was educational and entertaining! We had the pleasure and honor of meeting Marie Sharp in person! She explained how her hot sauce business began and how it has grown. Her factory is impressive. She has afforded many...More
The hot sauce is good enough. But, during a recent visit there, one of their employees stole my son's cell phone (we caught it on video). The staff stalled, delayed, and covered up the theft until we had to catch our cruise. Then, it was...More
If you want to do a proper tour you need to wear full clothing covering all your skin so as not to contaminate their magical sauces. The tour is $10 BZD each. We were wearing shorts and t-shirts so could not do it. We showed...More
We didn't take the tour, but we did load up on her sauces and jams while there for us and for gifts back home. Staff was SUPER friendly, tasting area was great! Cheapest prices I saw for her products while on my trip. Well worth...More
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Usually they are open 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. but they are doing some upgrades and they were only sporadically open in June and July - maybe by now (late August) they are once again open. (But with the hurricane - who knows?) I... More
Usually they are open 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. but they are doing some upgrades and they were only sporadically open in June and July - maybe by now (late August) they are once again open. (But with the hurricane - who knows?) I would definitely call ahead at (501) 532-2087 to see if they are providing tours. Tours are free and their gift shop while small is FANTASTIC. Every hot sauce they make and some not seen in the states. Tee shirts, too.