Spiceology is shortly taking spice racks the world over, inviting each newbie cooks and meals fans to reorganize their pantries in order that they carefully resemble that of the periodic desk of parts. And, actually, except for pumping out one of the best taste accouterments, the crucial element for any spice model is to create a cohesive and harmonious visible identification, particularly for these of us that crave a bit of order within the kitchen.
Now, the spicey, chef-owned upstart is releasing their newest collaboration, and it entails that magical rooster down Irwindale manner.
At present, you will get a dry-spiced model of Huy Fong’s beloved pantry-staple Sriracha. Not solely that, however it’s going to are available in six flavors—Black Truffle Sriracha, Honey Garlic Sriracha, Miso Teriyaki Sriracha, Thai Lime Sriracha, Smoked Maple Sriracha, and the marginally nauseating style sensation that would solely be known as Candied Bacon Sriracha. Anyway, it’s plenty of Sriracha.
Under no circumstances is that this the primary iteration of a dry various to OG-wet Sriracha, but it surely’s actually the primary time it has taken up the mantle of Spiceology’s visible identification. The packaging design additionally blends within the major visible belongings of Huy Fong’s scorching sauce, with the rooster prominently displayed within the background. Plus, these spices are pink AF, a visible promise of the warmth held inside.
Jars can be found over at Spiceology’s website, so get them whereas they’re scorching, although they are going to by no means stop to be “scorching,” FYI.
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