Fiber Joe Interviews Volcanic Peppers at 27th Annual Fiery Foods Show

Volcanic Peppers

About

Volcanic Peppers is located in Bellevue, NE. We are independent chile growers processing in a locally approved and FDA registered commercial kitchen. We provide fresh chile peppers including a variety of habanero, cayenne, sweet and ultra hot peppers including the worlds hottest Trinidad scorpion, 7-pot and the ghost or bhut jolokia peppers. We also create several blends of chile powder including Volcano Dust ™ which is a combination of several dried and or smoked peppers. Volcano Dust adds aroma, heat and flavor to any food. We will also provide custom chile powder blends for food establishments that want to add that extra something to their spicy recipes.  Volcanic Peppers strives to provide the highest quality and freshest products to you for your personal and or commercial use. Please enjoy responsibly as all products sold by Volcanic Peppers are hot to super hot. Thank you for visiting – Tim

Shopping

Volcano Dust™ 1, 2 and 3 are custom blends of spicy peppers that have been smoked and or dehydrated. There are several variety of dehydrated and ground chile peppers available such as Trinidad Scorpion, Carolina Reaper, Bhut Jolokia, Scotch Bonnet and many more. Be sure to also try some of our award winning, Small Batch, Gourmet, LAVA™ Hot Sauces ranging from our Mild Taco Sauce to the Super Hot Olympus Mons. There are also many Spice blends available such as our Hot Garlic and Onion, Cajun Spice Blend and The Rub. Remember The Dust is a Must and Gotta Hava the LAVA. Cheers, Tim

Here is another interview from the show where i got to try their full line up as well.

http://volcanicpeppers.com/

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3 thoughts on “Fiber Joe Interviews Volcanic Peppers at 27th Annual Fiery Foods Show

  • March 17, 2015 at 1:37 pm
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    Thanks for coming up to the house Tim had lots of fun Hangen out with ya bro

  • March 24, 2015 at 12:12 pm
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    That ketchup is frickin’ hot!

  • March 24, 2015 at 12:12 pm
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    The Reaper Ketchup, that is…

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