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Pappy's Hottest Ride In Town Barbecue Sauce - 12.7 ounce bottle
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Pappy's Hottest Ride In Town Barbecue Sauce - 12.7 ounce bottle

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Pappy's Hottest Ride in Town Barbecue Sauce: It burns faster and hotter, from tongue to tailpipe. Keep in mind chile heads, this is not a hot sauce. I
made a barbecue sauce with all of the heat most humans would ever even consider ingesting in one sitting. The difference between most shock hot sauces
and Hottest Ride is that we give you that great barbecue flavor and then the most heat we can jam into the sauce to compliment you cookout. Heat index
10 out of 10.


From Kentucky


Ingredients: Tomato Sauce (Water, Tomato Paste, Salt), Sugar, Vinegar, Fresh Garlic, Fresh Onion, Chile Pepper, Paprika, Modified Food
Starch, Natural Hickory Flavoring, Oil of Capsicum, Kentucky Bourbon (<3% by volume), Worcestershire Sauce (Distilled Vinegar, Molasses, Corn Syrup,
Water, Salt, Caramel Color, Garlic Powder, Sugar, Spices, Anchovies and Natural Flavorings), Black Pepper, Spices, Lemon Powder (Corn Syrup, Lemon
Juice with added lemon oil), Habanero Pepper and Citric Acid.

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TEMPORARILY OUT OF STOCK

SCROLL DOWN TO PURCHASE SIMILAR ITEMS

Special Price for 3 Bottles $14.97
Bottle Price $4.99

Fantastic Price for 12 Bottles $47.88
Bottle Price $3.99

 

Pappy's Hottest Ride in Town Barbecue Sauce: It burns faster and hotter, from tongue to tailpipe. Keep in mind chile heads, this is not a hot sauce. I made a barbecue sauce with all of the heat most humans would ever even consider ingesting in one sitting. The difference between most shock hot sauces and Hottest Ride is that we give you that great barbecue flavor and then the most heat we can jam into the sauce to compliment you cookout. Heat index 10 out of 10.

From Kentucky

Ingredients: Tomato Sauce (Water, Tomato Paste, Salt), Sugar, Vinegar, Fresh Garlic, Fresh Onion, Chile Pepper, Paprika, Modified Food Starch, Natural Hickory Flavoring, Oil of Capsicum, Kentucky Bourbon (<3% by volume), Worcestershire Sauce (Distilled Vinegar, Molasses, Corn Syrup, Water, Salt, Caramel Color, Garlic Powder, Sugar, Spices, Anchovies and Natural Flavorings), Black Pepper, Spices, Lemon Powder (Corn Syrup, Lemon Juice with added lemon oil), Habanero Pepper and Citric Acid.

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