Evil Seed Hot Sauce Company Releases New Hot Sauce

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Check it out! Patrick McGill and the Evil Seed Sauce Company put out a press release announcing their new Carolina Reaper Hot Sauce! If you recall, “It’s a Fiery World” reviewed Evil Seed’s signature sauce some time back (check archives for the review). So I am excited to post their release and look forward to a (small) sample of Carolina Reaper! Not that I’m wimpie or anything, but I’ve tasted Reaper Mash and other Reaper-based sauces, and my scorching body parts, fore and aft, have already told me that I will “Reap what I sow”!!!!! And that is because, yes, Ladies and Gentlemen, It is a Fiery World!

Press Release
JACKSONVILLE , FL, October 24, 2013 – From the company that knows evil
sauces best comes the newest breed in super hot sauces: A nameless Carolina Reaper Hot Sauce, is the latest addition to the iconic line of The Evil Seed Sauce Company’s flavors. This much-anticipated and requested carolina reaper pepper-based sauce is the first of it’s kind, and adds a mango blueberry flavor to an array of foods, like hot wings, sandwiches, burgers, pasta, salad and meats.
Instantly singled out by the purple color with only a Grim Reaper as it’s label, the unnamed sauce consists of high-quality, all-natural ingredients, resulting in a classic hot sauce with the flavor that everyone will come to know and love. The sauce’s heat level averages out at 1.474 [Million] Scoville Heat Units (SHUs), 280 times hotter than a jalapeño pepper.
“We’ve only been producing pepper sauces for 2 years, so it’s very important that every sauce we add to the Evil Seed portfolio lives up to the high-quality standard set by our original, award winning Signature sauce,” said Patrick McGill, Co-owner of The Evil Seed Sauce Company. “So this year, after much development and consumer feedback, we’re proud to welcome this ultra hot fruit based Hot Sauce into our Family of Flavors.”
Contact the Evil Seed Sauce Company at http://www.evilseedsauces.com

About Ken Alexander

Ken Alexander is a self-proclaimed Chilehead, with a love of spicy food, hot sauce, and the zest of life. Ken lives in Baton Rouge, LA, in the heart of Cajun Food country, and enjoys experiencing new tastes and flavors from all over the world. In addition to managing It's a Fiery World, "Ken's Fiery World" is a regular podcast segment on Scott Roberts' Weekly Firecast, where they discuss all things hot, spicy, and tasty! Ken is also a staff reviewer for the video based review site ILoveitSpicy.com and has been a contributor to the Premier spicy food blog HotSauceDaily.com. Ken also likes humming TV theme songs, playing Yahtzee, and quoting old Kris Kristofferson lyrics. But above it all, Ken love to celebrate our collective "Fiery World"!!

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