Hello Chili Heads!
I hope your Holiday season is awesome. May it be filled with all sorts of spicy treats and best of all, numerous hugs from your loved ones and family. Out here in California, the sun is shining high in the sky and most of us are wondering when winter is going to show it’s frostbitten face. At this rate, Santa is going to have to trade in his sleigh for a shiny red Mustang convertible to traverse the California state in order to get the job done on Christmas evening.
So in addition to tasting the wonderful spicy elixirs that our worldwide hot sauce producers are making, I also like to follow the hot sauce reserve/collectable market. Now before you shake your head in puzzlement, I must tell you that I have seen some sell on the secondary market from 5 to 10,000.00 dollars!!!!!! Can you believe it? Personally, I’d rather share the front seat of that convertible that I mentioned earlier with my wife before I parted with that kind of cash. I do, though, collect and share my passion for new, strange, spicy, and some down right scary hot sauce collectables with my son. I was prowling EBay earlier and what to my wondering eyes appeared? Somebody is already cashing in on a Blair’s Halloween Reserve 2011. Man! The person hasn’t even received it yet and he is already trying to double his money! I laugh because chances are he will. But for Pete’s sake, at least wait until you have it in your hand I say…
There is another huge original hot sauce signed and numbered collectible that has just been released.
Hell Fire Sauce Company
Limited to 25 made!
This one you won’t find on EBay for a long time because I know that the people that have a interest in this company are truly dedicated, and once they have one…
well, their just not going to part with it for any price! This jewel is hand sculpted by the renowned Face Jug artist Dan Norton. It’s been rumored that the fires of his kiln rival the incinerating heat of hell itself. Inside this evil, hand sculpted hot sauce bottle is what is known as Devil’s Dust. This is a special hand grown and dried pepper that is grown in the producer’s garden. The Chili Master at Hell Fire Hot Sauce Company produces this in a very limited quantity and if you want to, or should I say dare to, get lit up by the devil himself, then you must try some! In addition to the creative bottle, you also get a handmade skull that holds a sample of this Devil’s Dust for your spicy enjoyment. This way you don’t have to open the Reserve until that perfect special moment. He also provides a nice display case and signs each item personally. All the sauces that he produces all are organic and homegrown. He grows a variety of the world’s hottest peppers. So for those of you obsessed with all things spicy…here is another one for you to be aware of.
As your enjoying the Holidays, enjoy good company and eat savory food because ‘tis the season! The word cholesterol is not to be mentioned or even spoken aloud. Pull the barbeques out of the garage and light them up! Most of all enjoy!
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