Monday, September 29, 2008

Louisiana Swamp Scum Hot Sauce

Some hot sauces aspire to strike fear in the hearts of shoppers by adopting intimidating names like "You Can't Handle This Hot Sauce", scary-looking labels (Black Mamba Hot Sauce), frightening bottle "add-ons" like skull keychains (Blair's Death Hot Sauces) and realistic-looking spiders (Widow No Survivors Hot Sauce), or creepy bottle shapes (Satan's Blood). Our newest hot sauce takes "fear appeal" one step further: Louisiana Swamp Scum Hot Sauce is downright creepy-looking when you pour it out of the bottle and onto your food. The deep forest-green color, with visible bits of seasoning and oozy consistency, all give this authentic Cajun hot sauce the appearance of stagnant pond water or swamp scum. Thankfully, however, the aroma and flavor of Louisiana Swamp Scum Hot Sauce are far more attractive than the sauce's appearance!

Made in bayou country from an old Cajun recipe, Louisiana Swamp Scum Hot Sauce features earthy smoky flavors in a slightly sweet and peppery vinegar base that lacks the harsh vinegary sharpness of simpler Louisiana hot sauces. The heat level straight from the bottle is no more than a medium, and tempers down to a mild spiciness when used on food. The sweet and smoky flavor pairs quite well with hamburgers, steaks, sausage and other hearty meats, as well as with roasted or BBQ chicken, shrimp and seafood, and veggie dishes. You can also splash this award-winning, food-friendly hot sauce on rice, french fries, omelets, scrambled eggs, and any other dishes that could use a flavor boost. You can now order Louisiana Swamp Scum Hot Sauce from the Carolina Sauce Company.

Zestfully yours,

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