Orders $60+ ship free in the contiguous US | Sign up for texts to be the first to know about new flavors, hot perks & more


UFC lightweight fighter Dustin Poirier is bringing the heat! Poirier, known as “The Diamond” inside the UFC octagon, created Poirier’s Louisiana Style Hot Sauce as a fresh and flavorful take on Louisiana hot sauces drawing inspiration from Poirier’s Lafayette, LA roots and proudly representing the Ultimate Fighting Championship. Like any good Cajun sauce, the recipe starts with the best aged Cayenne peppers and vinegar.


Check out some of these favorite hometown recipes perfected by Dustin Poirier using his Louisiana Style hot sauce, including KO Jambalaya and Gumbo — two Louisiana classics!

Frequently Asked Questions: Poirier’s Louisiana Style Hot Sauce

Poirier’s Louisiana Style Hot Sauce honors Dustin’s Acadiana roots. As a Louisiana native, Dustin wanted to create a hot sauce that featured the flavors he grew up with in Lafayette, LA. Poirier’s Louisiana Style hot sauce is a fresh take on a typical Louisiana hot sauce, building upon the iconic Cayenne pepper-vinegar combo with other cajun hero ingredients like garlic and celery. If Louisiana-style hot sauces are your thing, this is a must-try!

Like any good Cajun hot sauce, Poirier’s starts with high-quality Cayenne peppers that are aged to round out their bitterness, then mixed with mouth puckering vinegar.

The original Poirier’s Louisiana Style then adds garlic, celery and red habanero for an extra punch of flavor and heat. Poirier’s K.O. Edition ups the heat, adding ghost pepper powder for knockout kick.

The latest addition, Creole Maple features real, sweet maple syrup for the perfect balance of sweet and heat. 

The former UFC Lightweight champ’s hot sauces naturally pair well with Southern comfort food favorites like jambalaya, shrimp and grits, or biscuits and gravy. You can use any of the Dustin Poirier hot sauces with everything from heavyweight meals to clean-eating dishes like grilled chicken breast and broccoli! Poirier’s Louisiana Style is also great on wings, sandwiches, pizza and more. 

Be sure to try the newest Poirier’s Louisiana Style Creole Maple with brunch for added maple goodness with a sweet zing and that traditional Louisiana punch!

  • Poirier’s Louisiana Style: 3/10

The original Louisiana Style Hot Sauce by Dustin Poirier uses mild cayenne with just a handful of habanero in each batch for that just-right spicy flavor.

  • Creole Maple: 4/10

The Creole Maple version of Poirier’s hot sauce packs medium heat with Cayenne and habaneros for the perfect balance of sweet and heat that will spice up — and sweeten — any dish.

  • KO Edition: 6/10 

This knockout hot sauce is made with both red habaneros and ghost pepper powder from Smokin’ Ed for a one-two punch hotter than the rest of Poirier’s UFC hot sauces and bursting with flavor that makes a difference.

Poirier’s Louisiana Style was developed in partnership with HEATONIST and Heartbeat Hot Sauce Co. In addition to making Dustin Poirier hot sauce, the Heartbeat Hot Sauce team has its own line of unique and versatile hot sauces with the perfect balance of flavor and heat in each bottle. 

Dustin Poirier is a former interim UFC Lightweight Champion that goes by the nickname “The Diamond.”He started fighting professionally in 2009 and is currently No. 2 in UFC's lightweight rankings and No. 11 in the men's pound-for-pound rankings. He’s faced Charles Oliveira, Conor McGregor, Dan Hooker, Khabib Nurmagomedov, and Max Holloway and has earned multiple Fight of the Night awards. In 2021, he took on Conor McGregor as a rematch of their 2014 fight and became the first person to beat McGregor by knockout, earning Poirier the Performance of the Night award. He then defeated Conor McGregor a second time at UFC 264 in Las Vegas. The Diamond faced Charles Oliveira for the UFC Lightweight Championship in 2021 at UFC 269 and was defeated in the third round. Dustin Poirier then beat Michael Chandler via submission in the third round during UFC 281 at Madison Square Garden on November 12, 2022. Dustin is set to fight Justin Gaethje for a second time at UFC 291 on July 29, 2023 in a battle for UFC's BMF belt.