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Bone Suckin' Hiccuppin' Hot Sauce of Genuine Pack Austin Mall 6

Bone Suckin' Hiccuppin' Hot Sauce (Pack of 6)

$26

Bone Suckin' Hiccuppin' Hot Sauce (Pack of 6)

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Product description

Bone Suckin' Habanero Hot Sauce - Took 1st Place at the Fiery Food Challenge, the most coveted honor in the industry for having the ultimate Heat amp; Flavor! Bone Suckin Habanero Hot Sauce is made from the powder of one of the hottest peppers in the world - the Habanero and then carefully blended with the Hot Bone Suckin' Sauce to get the perfect balance of flavor and heat. When the Habanero catches up to the flavor and it could take your breath away. Formerly called "Hiccuppin' Hot Sauce!" It's so breathtakingly hot you may hiccup! It only takes one drop on a chip to taste. Tasters are pleased to discover this sauce. Yogurt and milk products can help stop the heat and rescue the taster. Some people lose their breath and hiccup when they eat hot foods. Spice up wings, soups and all foods.

Bone Suckin' Hiccuppin' Hot Sauce (Pack of 6)

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