What size are hot sauce labels?

2 inch x 3 inch
The most popular size label we offer for hot sauce or salsa labels is our 2 inch x 3 inch size that can be printed either portrait or landscape orientation. If that doesn’t work for you we have a variety of other sizes that work such as a 2 inch or 2.5 inch circle, or a 3 x 3 inch square plus more.

What size labels for woozy bottles?

SIZE: 1.7″ x 2.5″. Perfect size for hot sauce bottles. Turn your woozy bottles into party favor with these high quality labels.

How do you make hot sauce labels?

Tips for Designing the Ultimate Hot Sauce Labels

  1. Color, Flavor, and Spice. The color of your bottle can reflect its flavor and spice level.
  2. Focus on Font. Your font speaks volumes about your flavor.
  3. Branding.
  4. Sell Your Sauce With Words.
  5. Shapeshifting.
  6. Make Each Label Unique.
  7. Great Hot Sauce Bottle Designs Stand Out.

What size labels for 4oz bottles?

5 x 2.5 in
4 oz Bottle Labels (4 oz Bottle Labels (5 x 2.5 in) — Dashleigh Template Center.

Why does Sticker Mule sell hot sauce?

Things like that. Not hot sauce. But they’ve been making stickers easy for so long, maybe they didn’t want us getting too comfortable, and now they’re making things spicy. Mule Sauce began with the sole purpose of creating a hot sauce that was tasty enough to use on whatever you like to put hot sauce on.

What size labels for 2oz bottles?

A 2 oz. (60 ML) bottle can comfortably accommodate the following label sizes: 2.00” x 3.00” Rectangle. 2.00” x 4.00” Rectangle.

What are the top 5 hot sauces?

  • Best Overall: Secret Aardvark Habanero Hot Sauce.
  • Runner-Up, Best Overall: Tapatio Hot Sauce 5 Ounce.
  • Best Mexican: Valentina Mexican Hot Sauce.
  • Best Truffle: TRUFF Truffle-Infused Hot Sauce.
  • Best for Tacos: Cholula Original Hot Sauce.
  • Best Sriracha: Bushwick Kitchen Weak Knees Gochujang Sriracha Hot Sauce.

Is chili garlic sauce hotter than Sriracha?

Chili garlic sauce Garlic chili sauce. You might see this condiment on the table at Thai or Japanese restaurants. It’s similar to Sriracha but with a thicker and chunkier texture, made with chilies and lots of garlic. It tastes a little brighter than Sriracha and has more nuance.