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Spice Exchange - Pepper Potpourri - 4 Pack Gift Set
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Spice Exchange - Pepper Potpourri - 4 Pack Gift Set

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Spice Exchange - Pepper Potpourri - 4 pack - of 3 ounce bottles includes: Spice Exchange Habaero Pepper Sauce, Spice Exchange Jalapeo Pepper Sauce,
 Spice Exchange Cayenne Pepper Sauce & Spice Exchange Tabasco Pepper Sauce.


Spice Exchange Habaero Pepper Sauce - The Habaero measures between 200,000 and 300,000 Scoville Units, placing it at 10, and on top
of the heat scale. It is without question the hottest of the chile peppers. Although its usage dates back to 6500 B.C., it has just recently come to
fame in the U.S. market. Ingredients: Habaero peppers, vinegar, salt.


Spice Exchange Jalapeo Pepper Sauce - The Jalapeo measure between 2,500 and 5,000 Scoville Units, placing it at 5, on the heat scale.
It is by far the most famous and recognizable of all chiles. The moderate heat makes the Jalapeno perfect for pickling, salsas and of course, nachos.
They are certainly essential in TexMex cuisine and pepper eating contests. Ingredients: Jalapeo peppers, vinegar, salt.


Spice Exchange Cayenne Pepper Sauce - The Cayenne pepper measures between 30,000 and 50,000 Scoville Units, placing it at 8 on the heat
scale. The Cayenne is best known as the crushed red pepper on the counters of pizza restaurants. It is a key ingredient in seafood boils, Cajun cuisine
and Asian Stir-fry dishes. Ingredients: Cayenne peppers, vinegar, salt.


Spice Exchange Tabasco Pepper Sauce - The Tasbasco measures between 30,000 and 50,000 Scoville Units on the heat scale, placing it at
8. The name comes from the Mexican City of Tabasco, a mid 19th century trade partner of New Orleans. Although it is not native to Louisiana, like the
Cayenne, it is an integral part of the region's cuisine. Ingredients: Tabasco peppers, vinegar, salt.


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Market Price $15.95 

Our Low Price $10.95

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Spice Exchange - Pepper Potpourri - 4 pack - of 3 ounce bottles includes: Spice Exchange Habaero Pepper Sauce, Spice Exchange Jalapeo Pepper Sauce,  Spice Exchange Cayenne Pepper Sauce & Spice Exchange Tabasco Pepper Sauce.

Spice Exchange Habaero Pepper Sauce - The Habaero measures between 200,000 and 300,000 Scoville Units, placing it at 10, and on top of the heat scale. It is without question the hottest of the chile peppers. Although its usage dates back to 6500 B.C., it has just recently come to fame in the U.S. market. Ingredients: Habaero peppers, vinegar, salt.

Spice Exchange Jalapeo Pepper Sauce - The Jalapeo measure between 2,500 and 5,000 Scoville Units, placing it at 5, on the heat scale. It is by far the most famous and recognizable of all chiles. The moderate heat makes the Jalapeno perfect for pickling, salsas and of course, nachos. They are certainly essential in TexMex cuisine and pepper eating contests. Ingredients: Jalapeo peppers, vinegar, salt.

Spice Exchange Cayenne Pepper Sauce - The Cayenne pepper measures between 30,000 and 50,000 Scoville Units, placing it at 8 on the heat scale. The Cayenne is best known as the crushed red pepper on the counters of pizza restaurants. It is a key ingredient in seafood boils, Cajun cuisine and Asian Stir-fry dishes. Ingredients: Cayenne peppers, vinegar, salt.

Spice Exchange Tabasco Pepper Sauce - The Tasbasco measures between 30,000 and 50,000 Scoville Units on the heat scale, placing it at 8. The name comes from the Mexican City of Tabasco, a mid 19th century trade partner of New Orleans. Although it is not native to Louisiana, like the Cayenne, it is an integral part of the region's cuisine. Ingredients: Tabasco peppers, vinegar, salt.

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