Contaminated Soil

Contaminated Soil contains  contributions from a number of the world’s hottest papers, meaning that habanero, naga jolokia, and Trinidad scorpion peppers provide the heat as ancho, cayenne, jalapeno, and chipotle peppers provide the seasoning’s inimitable profile. There is a smoky, earthy nose to the seasoning and a bright orange coloration that warn individuals about the heat that it possesse. When one actually uses it (we had particularly good luck sprinkling Contaminated Soil on ramen, rice, and beef and pork roasts), what results is a hot, delectable, and wholly unique flavor. This is not the type of seasoning that one would sprinkle willy-nilly on their dishes, but when one utilizes it in moderation, they will provide whatever dish a whole new lease on life.Contaminated_Soil_2

Defcon Sauces has a wide variety of efforts that individuals can purchase for parties, seasoning, or justfor collection’s sake. Regardless of the reason one would procure a bottle of Contaminated Soil, make sure to crack it and see precisely what is going on – Defcon Sauces has really hit it out of the park with this one. A bottle of Contaminated Soil will run $10 (plus shipping), and should be able to stick around a cabinet for a year or so of heavy use.

Rating: 9.5/10

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Ph.D. in Political Science, Kent State University.

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