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We love these products and were happy with the free gifts at the end of the tour. BUT this experience was not really worth the trip. First, there is no signage for parking or where one goes to sign in for the tour once you're...More
Highly recommended. Easy to schedule on line, then show up for about a free one hour tour. They drive your around part of the factory, and you walk around another part, so you get to see the massive operation and the assembly line of making...More
Love the three products. Use them all the time. We live in Western Australia and it was great to be able to do this tour. It was run very well. Everything was explained well. Would love to be at an open day in August, September...More
It’s super kitschy and super fun - just like all the fans who swear by the greatness of Sriracha sauce. The tour is well done and includes an up close inside tour of the factory and processing facilities. Make sure to reserve on the website...More
The facility is huge - an entire city block. They have 2 "buses" that take you inside the factory. There is a gift afterwards. All for free!
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This was such a fun, informative free tour. It lasted about 45 minutes. There was one spot with stairs, but could be avoided if necessary.
Our guide Daisy was very nice and knowledgeable, answering all of our questions. She didn't use a microphone but we...More
You learn the history of the how the globally famous Huy Fong Siracha sauce came about to the world. You go to their factory and learn the whole process. Check their website to make sure they have tours available. Best time to go is during...More
The tour is well organized. Too bad on tyre day of our tour, the microphone used by the tour guide wasn't working so we couldn't hear very clearly what she was saying. But otherwise, it was a worthwhile excursion.
This place is easy to get to and great place to visit if you like the Sirachi sauce and smell of peppers. the best part its free , its a guided tour with a group of 12 shoes you the hot sauce is made and...More