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Jeremy Renner Hot Sauce – Does It Exist?!

That slow burn. The tangy kick. If you just watched Glass Onion, you know exactly what I’m talking about: Jeremy Renner’s exclusive artisanal hot sauce.

In ‘Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery’, the script sizzles with a tangy twist as Jeremy Renner’s hot sauce becomes an unexpected key to unraveling the murder mystery that centers the plot.

The sauce, reportedly having a good kick as per the critique of characters Benoit Blanc and Andi Brand, played by Daniel Craig and Janelle Monáe respectively, is portrayed as a small-batch delight made exclusively for the billionaire character, Miles Bron portrayed by Edward Norton.

Now you want a taste too. But can you actually get your hands on Renner’s infamous sauce?

Is it brewing in a secret small-batch operation, or did the Glass Onion team whip it up just for the movie?

I did some sleuthing worthy of Blanc himself, and the answers may surprise you….

Does Jeremy Renner Hot Sauce Actually Exist?

Unfortunately, Jeremy Renner’s hot sauce does not exist – it is purely a fictional product referenced and used in the movie.

While the bottle and label in the film look undeniably real, appearances can deceive.

Why Jeremy Renner?

The choice of Jeremy Renner as the face of this tantalizing hot sauce could have been stirred by his fiery performance on the ‘Hot Ones’ series back in 2021, where he showcased a gallant tolerance for escalating Scoville levels, unlike many other celebrities who capitulated to the heat much earlier.

Renner’s spice saga continued to simmer as he tactfully tackled the tantalizing ten wings challenge, marking him as a potential hot sauce connoisseur in the public eye.

Did the director catch wind of this? It seems so…

Despite the sad reality that Jeremy Renner’s hot sauce remains a fictional flavor, its peppery presence in ‘Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery’ has left a lingering taste of curiosity and a burning desire among us hot sauce fans and foodies alike.

It spices up the cinematic narrative while teasing the taste buds of the audience, leaving them hungry for a real-life bottle of Jeremy Renner’s hot sauce.

Whether Renner will venture into the hot sauce industry following this spicy cinematic stint remains to be seen.

Until then, the quest for that enigmatic hot sauce continues, as does the audiences’ appetite for more savory storylines and spicy screenplays.