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Pain Is Good Batch #114 Jamaican Style Hot Sauce - 7.5 Ounce Bottle
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Pain Is Good Batch #114 Jamaican Style Hot Sauce - 7.5 Ounce Bottle

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Pain is Good Batch #114 Jamaican Style Hot Sauce - In the jungles of Jamaica, far from the soft, white beaches and luxury resorts, there's a small shack
with a small garden. In the garden, Scotch Bonnet and Habaero peppers are grown. In the shack, jerk sauce is made with them. In the mouths of those
who eat it, a strange voodoo begins to take hold, consuming the body, mind and soul in a fiery, hypnotic euphoria. PAIN IS GOOD. There is no sensation
quite like the one of this sauce with Caribbean fruit juices and spices. The flask bottle has a picture of a Rasta-man, who is obviously in pain.


Awards:



  • 2002 International Fiery Foods Show, won 2nd Place in the Cook It Up Meat Category, in Albuquerque, NM

  • 2001 2nd Place winner in Outstanding Product Line at the New York Fancy Food Show

  • 2000 Scovie Award Winner, won 3rd Place.2001 New York Fancy Foods Show Product Award Finalists - won 2nd Place for Outstanding Product Line

  • 2001 New York Fancy Foods Show Product Award Finalists - won 2nd Place for Outstanding Beverage


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Ingredients: Habaero peppers, pineapple juice concentrate, White vinegar, tomato paste, roasted garlic, jerk spice, lemon and lime juice
concentrate.

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Market Price $7.99

Our Low Price $6.99

Special Price for 3 Bottles $17.97 - Save $6.00 Bottle Price $5.99

Fantastic Price for 12 Bottles $59.88 - Save $36.00 Bottle Price $4.99

 

Pain is Good Batch #114 Jamaican Style Hot Sauce - In the jungles of Jamaica, far from the soft, white beaches and luxury resorts, there's a small shack with a small garden. In the garden, Scotch Bonnet and Habaero peppers are grown. In the shack, jerk sauce is made with them. In the mouths of those who eat it, a strange voodoo begins to take hold, consuming the body, mind and soul in a fiery, hypnotic euphoria. PAIN IS GOOD. There is no sensation quite like the one of this sauce with Caribbean fruit juices and spices. The flask bottle has a picture of a Rasta-man, who is obviously in pain.

Awards:

  • 2002 International Fiery Foods Show, won 2nd Place in the Cook It Up Meat Category, in Albuquerque, NM
  • 2001 2nd Place winner in Outstanding Product Line at the New York Fancy Food Show
  • 2000 Scovie Award Winner, won 3rd Place.2001 New York Fancy Foods Show Product Award Finalists - won 2nd Place for Outstanding Product Line
  • 2001 New York Fancy Foods Show Product Award Finalists - won 2nd Place for Outstanding Beverage

From Kansas

Ingredients: Habaero peppers, pineapple juice concentrate, White vinegar, tomato paste, roasted garlic, jerk spice, lemon and lime juice concentrate.

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