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Tortuga's Caribbean-spicy "Hot as Hell" sauce adds a unique enhancement to any meal or snack! Try it as a relish on hot dogs, hamb...urgers, sandwiches, or in dips. Founded in 1984, Tortuga Rum Company has grown to become the largest duty-free liquor business in the Cayman Islands. Husband and wife team Robert and Carlene Hamaty, started the company while they were both employed by the islands national airline, Cayman Airways.The name, Tortuga, chosen by Robbie and Carlene, was derived from the original name given to the Cayman Islands, Las Tortugas meaning "The Turtles". read more

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Jerk is a hot, spicy, uniquely West Indian seasoning which has been developed over the centuries. Use for grilling, barbecuing, ma...rinating or blending small amounts into sauces, soups or stews to give your meals a Caribbean kick. Founded in 1984, Tortuga Rum Company has grown to become the largest duty-free liquor business in the Cayman Islands. Husband and wife team Robert and Carlene Hamaty, started the company while they were both employed by the islands national airline, Cayman Airways.The name, Tortuga, chosen by Robbie and Carlene, was derived from the original name given to the Cayman Islands, Las Tortugas meaning "The Turtles". read more

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This traditional recipe brings together both heat and flavor. The fiery Caribbean Scotch Bonnet Pepper is enhanced by the addition... of spices to bring you a condiment beyond compare. Spicy and tangy! Founded in 1984, Tortuga Rum Company has grown to become the largest duty-free liquor business in the Cayman Islands. Husband and wife team Robert and Carlene Hamaty, started the company while they were both employed by the islands national airline, Cayman Airways.The name, Tortuga, chosen by Robbie and Carlene, was derived from the original name given to the Cayman Islands, Las Tortugas meaning "The Turtles". read more

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This Caribbean grill sauce is bursting with tropical flavor and heat! Baste seafood kebabs before and during grilling. Use as a di...p for fish and shrimp fingers, crab cakes, and conch fritters. Mix equal parts of Spicy Seafood Sauce with mayonnaise to make an exotic Caribbean tartar-like sauce. Founded in 1984, Tortuga Rum Company has grown to become the largest duty-free liquor business in the Cayman Islands. Husband and wife team Robert and Carlene Hamaty, started the company while they were both employed by the islands national airline, Cayman Airways. The name, Tortuga, chosen by Robbie and Carlene, was derived from the original name given to the Cayman Islands, Las Tortugas meaning "The Turtles". read more

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Voted "Best New Product" at Jungle Jim's Weekend of Fire in 2011, CaJohns Trinidad Moruga Scorpion sauce is made with fresh Scorpi...on chilies and has that lasting burn of flavor for those who like it really hot! When it comes to bringing the heat, there's a new king of the hill. According to a first-of-its-kind scientific study on "super-hot" chile varieties, New Mexico State University's Chile Pepper Institute has identified the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion as the new hottest pepper on the planet. Some of these peppers have been tested at twice the heat levels of the bhut jolokia! With a sweet, fruity flavor, you'll have a few seconds to enjoy the beguiling flavor of these chiles before the searing burn sets in. read more

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Get ready to ride the scorpion! If you think you have what it takes to handle this fiery concoction, then strap in and brace yours...elf for the sweet sting of the scorpion. Native to Trinidad, the Scorpion chile pepper offers a bold heat like the ghost chile. With a fruity citrus flavor, and its well defined "tail" that gives it its name. The Trinidad Scorpion pepper, which ripens from green to orange to red, is rumored to be even hotter than the bhut jolokia, which currently holds the Guinness World Records title of world?s hottest chile pepper. A portion of bottle sales helps to fund research and education at Chile Pepper Institute at New Mexico State University-where spiciness is a religion. read more

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Summer isn?t the only thing hot in Central Texas! Using Grandma Bracewell?s original recipe, Southside Market Hot Sauce is a fiery..., vinegar based sauce you?ll want to have handy for spicing up just about everything. The pitmasters keep a 32 oz. "whiskey" bottle of this delicious hot sauce on every table at Southside. And most of us keep a 5 oz. bottle on our own kitchen tables at home! read more

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