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Ass Kickin' Scorpion Pepper Hot Sauce - 5 ounce bottle
Ghost, Scorpion & Reaper Peppers are the forerunners of heat in the following sauces! Sauces included in this section come from Cajohn's Fiery Foods, Heartbreaking Dawns, & High River Sauces!

Ass Kickin' Scorpion Pepper Hot Sauce - 5 ounce bottle

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Ass Kickin' Scorpion Pepper Hot Sauce is made from one of the world's hottest peppers—the Scorpion, thought to originally be from the island of Trinidad.
Scorpion Pepper Hot Sauce brings out the flavor of any food, as well as satisfies anyone's desire for self-inflicted pain. Not only does Scorpion Pepper
Hot Sauce enhance one's appetite and increase dining enjoyment, chili peppers are thought to stimulate blood circulation, open nasal passages, and
contain a good dose of vitamin C. Scorpion Pepper Hot Sauce is ideal to spice up bland hunting camp food, burritos, and does wonders when cooking wild
game. You can also throw a couple drops of this into soups and chili's!


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Ingredients: Scorpion Peppers, vinegar, carrots, salt, fresh garlic, and spices.

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Market Price $10.99

Our Low Price $9.99

Special Price for 3 Bottles $26.97 - Save $6.00 Bottle Price $8.99

Fantastic Price for 12 Bottles $95.88 - Save $36.00 Bottle Price $7.99

Ass Kickin' Scorpion Pepper Hot Sauce is made from one of the world's hottest peppers—the Scorpion, thought to originally be from the island of Trinidad. Scorpion Pepper Hot Sauce brings out the flavor of any food, as well as satisfies anyone's desire for self-inflicted pain. Not only does Scorpion Pepper Hot Sauce enhance one's appetite and increase dining enjoyment, chili peppers are thought to stimulate blood circulation, open nasal passages, and contain a good dose of vitamin C. Scorpion Pepper Hot Sauce is ideal to spice up bland hunting camp food, burritos, and does wonders when cooking wild game. You can also throw a couple drops of this into soups and chili's!

From Arizona

Ingredients: Scorpion Peppers, vinegar, carrots, salt, fresh garlic, and spices.

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  • Chip Hearn is a hothead. Because everyone has a different threshold for heat, Hearn uses his entire management staff as tasters.

    The Tampa Tribune
  • One of the best 202 things about the South. You don't have to bask in the sun to get some heat on Rehoboth Beach this summer. Just step...

    Southern Living
  • Our guest Chip Hearn ... publisher of Peppers Catalog and heating up with the hottest sauces.

    Food Network
  • Chip has also created a museum of hot sauces ... If you want to have a hot time in Dewey Beach, Delaware.

    TNN
  • Chip Hearn of Peppers, a retail store and hot sauce museum in Rehoboth Beach, DE, which carries 2,000 hot sauce brands.

    Advertising Age
  • Where you can buy any hot sauce made by man.

    Good Morning America
  • Chip Hearn's hot-sauce empire peddles some 3,000 mixtures of bottled heat. More amazing is that he's sample nearly all of them.

    The Boston Globe
  • Probably the most unique store in this part of the country.

    PBS
  • We've been talking about them all week long. Today's the day we're ready to cook with hot sauce. We've got Chip Hearn here...

    NBC
  • For lovers of hot sauce, this place is heaven.

    The Philadelphia Inquirer
  • First-prize winner at the Fiery Foods Show was Peppers' Georgia Peach and Vidalia Onion.

    The New York Times
  • Chip globe-trots in search of new hot sauces ... thus giving him the largest collection in the world according to Chili Pepper Magazine.

    The Washington Post