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Voodoo Chile Porcus Infrnum The Worlds Best Bacon Hot Sauce
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Voodoo Chile Porcus Infrnum The Worlds Best Bacon Hot Sauce

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$7.99

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Special Price for 3 Bottles $20.97

Bottle Price $6.99



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Porcus Infrnun: loosely translated...the burning pig, it should not take much imagination to guess what's inside: That's right, bacon hot sauce, baby!
And this isn't just any bacon hot sauce, this is the best bacon flavored hot sauce on the planet- bar none! A loving crafted gift to the universe,
something that has long been thought to be impossible, a hot sauce that actually tastes like BACON, smells like pork and tastes downright awesome!


Contains MSG


Heat Level: Mild 3


From Virginia


Ingredients: Apple Cider Vinegar, Tomato Paste, Sugar, Chile pepper blend, Salt, Spices, Citric Acid, Ascorbic acid, Bacon flavor,
Monosodium Glutanate, hydroliized vegetable protien, artificial ham flavor.

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Special Price for 3 Bottles $20.97
Bottle Price $6.99

Fantastic Price for 12 Bottles $71.88
Bottle Price $5.99

 

Porcus Infrnun: loosely translated...the burning pig, it should not take much imagination to guess what's inside: That's right, bacon hot sauce, baby! And this isn't just any bacon hot sauce, this is the best bacon flavored hot sauce on the planet- bar none! A loving crafted gift to the universe, something that has long been thought to be impossible, a hot sauce that actually tastes like BACON, smells like pork and tastes downright awesome!

Contains MSG

Heat Level: Mild 3

From Virginia

Ingredients: Apple Cider Vinegar, Tomato Paste, Sugar, Chile pepper blend, Salt, Spices, Citric Acid, Ascorbic acid, Bacon flavor, Monosodium Glutanate, hydroliized vegetable protien, artificial ham flavor.

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