REVIEW: Peri-Peri Good! Hot Spiced Peanuts

Some reviews do not get any easier than this. Sample a few peanuts and tell you our thoughts. Although, one of our review team seems to have disappeared, and I ended up waiting way too long to get this posted. So, I made the executive decision to move on, and offer my apologies to Laurence Sive, the man behind this nutty creation. We will go ahead with our review with Wendy and myself. First, we have a video the good people of Peri-Peri, Inc made to educate about the term peri-peri and a little about these nuts. So check them out.

From their website:
Peri-Peri Inc specializes in supplying the US with the best
Peri-Peri money can buy at the most affordable price.
During the founders days as a Commercial Pilot, Laurence
(founder of Peri-Peri Inc.) frequented the East Coast of
Africa and often flew over the very lands where the original
Chili seeds first brought back from America via Europe had
been planted. While delivering purified water to Mozambique
in 1978 Laurence discovered how a dab of Peri-Peri enhanced
the flavor of chicken, meat, prawns, fries, and more. After
careful selection of only the best ingredients, Peri-Peri Inc.
brings this great tasting spice to America.

Wendy the Spice Goddess

Buddah

Peri-Peri Inc.
P.O. Box 23242
Richmond Va. 232342
Phone: (804) 564-3485
Email: laurence@periperispice.com
www.periperispice.com

5 thoughts on “REVIEW: Peri-Peri Good! Hot Spiced Peanuts

  • April 17, 2011 at 10:49 pm
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    Anything with Peri Peri has to be good. Checked out the website. Very fun to navigate and reasonable prices! Thanks for the reviews.

  • April 21, 2011 at 2:35 pm
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    Wow, these Nuts are great. Seems like the squirrels really love them too lol. Does anyone know where I can but more other than the website?

  • April 21, 2011 at 11:16 pm
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    I have lots of Peri-Peri plants for sale. I like to dry the pods and make a nice powder of them. In my opinion the Peri-Peri and the Tepin are the two most flavorful Bird Type peppers I have tasted and the only ones I sell as seeds and plants.

  • April 25, 2011 at 5:42 pm
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    No need to say sorry… for the love of spice.. Well done

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