So we’re a over a week into the new year now and it’s time to say goodbye to our holiday specials but, before we do, how about another drink or two to celebrate the fact that we’re still going?
These sparkling beverages are a little something special from my trip to Edible Ornamentals’ chilli farm at the end of last year. A topic that I’ll be coming back to soon enough.
For now, though, It’s these Nix and Kix drinks that we’re looking at. A brand named for their lack of any artificial ingredients and their little cayenne kick.
Hello again spice lovers, today we’re looking at the Melliculus range’s hottest and the first product I ever tried from The Chilli Alchemist; The Melliculus Reaper:
So, we’ve had their medium green one and we’ve had their hot yellow top, this week it’s time for The Chilli Alchemist’s superhot red popping candy, right?
Before I bring you their red Melliculus Reaper, there’s another middle heat. Their original Melliculus, which I now call Melliculus Black.
Hello again everyone and welcome to the first of my popping candy reviews. Today we’re starting with the mildest one, the Melliculus Tropicus.
Greetings everyone, today we’re looking at something a little less spicy.
This time we’re looking at one of Tabasco’s more obscure products. Something that’s been sitting in my fridge for a while not because I don’t like it but because it doesn’t go with most of the food I eat and didn’t really fit my review schedule earlier on.
But, instead of just telling you what it is, why not have a proper look at it?