Spicy Brooklyn Box

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Brooklyn has always been hot. These days Brooklyn is hot and spicy. Folks are throwin' down making some spicy treats and we are grateful. Our Spicy Brooklyn box gets you the heat. 

In the box

  • BKBJ Bankok Betty Sriracha and Lime Beef Jerky 
  • Brooklyn Brine Spicy Maple Bourbon Pickles
  • Cacao Prieto Dominican Spice Chocolate Bar
  • Eat Chic Chili Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups
  • Brin's Chili Pepper Jam
  • Mike's Hot Honey
  • Black Eye Scotch Bonnet Mustard

 

BKBJ Bankok Betty Sriracha and Lime Beef Jerky - 3.25 oz. bag

This is one sassy beef jerky with spicy sriracha, ginger, with some lime and honey to smooth it all out. Hot jerky is the It Snack these days and Betty is the It Girl. 

 

Brooklyn Brine Spicy Maple Bourbon Pickles - 16 oz 

Proudly made right here in Brooklyn by Brooklynites!  Some pickles are for sandwiches. Some are for eating alone. Brooklyn Brine Spicy Maple Bourbon Pickles are both. Made using Kirby cucumbers, maple syrup, bourbon, apple cider vinegar, red pepper, and habanero.... Hot Yum!

small batch | vegan | responsibly sourced | made in Brooklyn

 

Cacao Prieto Dominican Spice Chocolate Bar - 3 oz. 

This chocolate bar crafted from 72% single origin organic Dominican Cacao uses the signature spices of  Dominican cuisine in the right amounts to create a sweet and spicy bar. Think cloves, allspice, cinnamon, and chocolate all that their richest and warmest. 

organic | single origin | made in Brooklyn 

 

Eat Chic Chili Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups - 2 cups, ~ 1/2 ounce each

Eat Chic makes delightful peanut butter cups already, so why not add some chili? A little heat with your chocolate and peanut butter is spot on.

small batch | handmade in Brooklyn | GMO-free | preservative-free | palm oil-free | gluten-free | soy-free | vegan | dairy-free | responsibly-sourced organic chocolate by Raaka Chocolate | not suitable for those with peanut or tree nut allergies 

 

Brin's Chili Pepper Jam

All Brin's jams and marmalades are made in Brooklyn and inspired by Louisiana. Chili Pepper Jam is a must have for anyone who loves the spicy. This versatile chili pepper jam from Brin blends peppers, apple cider vinegar, ginger and garlic to bring the hot and the savory together. Terrific for fast appetizers and a quick add to recipes. 

handcrafted | made in Brooklyn

 

Mike's Hot Honey

What is not to love? Wildflower honey from New York State and Brazillian? Once you try Mike's Hot Honey it will become a happy habit. Spicy honey goes with so many things and does just fine on it's own. Get with this. 

Made in Brooklyn

 

Black Eye Scotch Bonnet Mustard

Lotsa awards for this one. It is considered a Bajan style Hot sauce with a mustard based. The headlining ingredient is Scotch Bonnet pepper which makes it unmistakably Black Eye. A portion of sales goes to NJ French Bulldog Rescue.  Use it as a hot sauce or a mustard. 

Made in Brooklyn 

 

Ingredients _________________________________________________________

BKBJ Bankok Betty Sriracha and Lime Beef Jerky 

Beef, sriracha, vinegar, lime

Brooklyn Brine Spicy Maple Bourbon Pickles

Cucumber, Apple Cider Vinegar, Water, Organic NY State Maple Syrup, Organic Cane Sugar, Sea Salt, McKenzie Bourbon Whiskey, Coriander Seed, Mustard Seed, Spanish Onion, Red Chili Flake, Habanero Pepper, Black Peppercorn, Turmeric.

Cacao Prieto Dominican Spice Chocolate Bar

Cacao, cinnamon, allspice, clove

Eat Chic Chili Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups

Raaka Chocolate, chili powder, small batch roasted peanut butter, cane sugar

Brin's Chili Pepper Jam

Chili Peppers, Cane Sugar, Apple Cider Vinegar, Lime Juice, Garlic, Ginger root, Sea Salt, Pectin

Mike's Hot Honey

Wildflower honey from New York state, non-GMO Brazilian chilies, distilled white vinegar

Black Eye Scotch Bonnet Mustard

Scotch Bonnet Peppers, fresh Turmeric root, Horseradish, carrots, onions, garlic, vinegar and Himalayan Pink Salt.

 

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