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Lynchburg Tennessee Jamaican Jerk Spice & Seasoning - 5.5 ounce shaker
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Lynchburg Tennessee Jamaican Jerk Spice & Seasoning - 5.5 ounce shaker

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Lynchburg Tennessee Jamaican Jerk Spice & Seasoning - Jerk is a true Jamaican invention, but the old folks of Lynchburg thought it could use a little
extra punch and decided their local Tennessee Whiskey was the answer. This is an excellent Jerk seasoning with a blend of sweet tropical spices and
savory herbs coupled with a pleasing, peppery heat. Although it is primary used on chicken, pork, fish and seafood, it is also good on vegetables and
other meats.


From Tennessee


Ingredients: Spices (including allspice, Black pepper, Red pepper Habaero pepper & other spices), sugar, salt, thyme & Jack Daniels
Black Label Whiskey.


 

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Market Price $7.99

Our Low Price $6.99

Special Price for 3 Shakers $17.97 - Save $6.00 Shaker Price $5.99

Fantastic Price for 12 Shakers $59.88 - Save $36.00 Shaker Price $4.99

Lynchburg Tennessee Jamaican Jerk Spice & Seasoning - Jerk is a true Jamaican invention, but the old folks of Lynchburg thought it could use a little extra punch and decided their local Tennessee Whiskey was the answer. This is an excellent Jerk seasoning with a blend of sweet tropical spices and savory herbs coupled with a pleasing, peppery heat. Although it is primary used on chicken, pork, fish and seafood, it is also good on vegetables and other meats.

From Tennessee

Ingredients: Spices (including allspice, Black pepper, Red pepper Habaero pepper & other spices), sugar, salt, thyme & Jack Daniels Black Label Whiskey.

 

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