Pairing Suggestions

-Jerk Chicken of course!
-Steak of Chicken Kabobs
-Pulled Pork sandwich-Hillbilly/Jamaican style (Irie Mon & Yeehaw!)
-Add some kick to your Mango Chutney
-Try on a Bagel with cream cheese-wow!

RASTA SAUCE

Rasta brings all the spice of the islands, literally! Packed with allspice, this sweet-hot mango sauce features the heat of the Scotch Bonnet pepper and Habaneros! Bask in the heat with Bob’s contribution to traditional Jamaican Jerk sauce!

INGREDIENTS: WATER, APPLE CIDER VINEGAR, MANGOS, FRESH HABANERO PEPPERS, SCOTCH BONNET PEPPERS, SALT, HONEY, BROWN SUGAR, XANTHAN GUM, ONION POWDER, ALLSPICE, GROUND GINGER
Scotch Bonnet- 80,000–400,000
Habaneros- 100,000 to 350,000

$8.00

Rasta

Rasta is one cool pepper dude, but will burn you if you aren’t cool with him. This Scotch Bonnet pepper is hotter than Happy. Well Happy doesn’t think so. There is a rivalry here because both of these guys are so HOT! On the ranch they are always competing for the sweet Bells attention. Rasta is cool with Rico though for some reason. There is one thing that keeps Rasta and Happy civil with each other. It is their love for the medicine weed and Rasta is the authority on that!
Straight from Jamaica, this Pepper Person used to be a farmer, and he cultivated the medicine weed. Farming and exporting led him a bountiful life high up in the mountains. He also grew the famous Blue Mountain coffee which Bob loves! When it comes to music, he is a Holy man, a true Rasta-farian. Thus the name!
One hot summer in 2017, Hurricane Matthew tore through the Ca-ribbean. The flood waters did not affect Rasta and family because they were up in the mountains. But when the winds took down their home, their need for food, water and shelter drove them back down toward the mountain to-wards Ocho Rios to their cousin’s fortress. The Hurricane had almost passed and the whole family was sure they would make it. They had weathered many hurricanes on the island and were fearless. Halfway there, the Jeep was caught off guard by a mud slide and they all were cast into the Dunn’s river, perishing instantly from the raging flood waters. Rasta was driving. He found his way here after a terribly windy day at the Ranch.

RASTA SAUCE

Rasta brings all the spice of the islands, literally! Packed with allspice, this sweet-hot mango sauce features the heat of the Scotch Bonnet pepper and Habaneros! Bask in the heat with Bob’s contribution to traditional Jamaican Jerk sauce!

INGREDIENTS: WATER, APPLE CIDER VINEGAR, MANGOS, FRESH HABANERO PEPPERS, SCOTCH BONNET PEPPERS, SALT, HONEY, BROWN SUGAR, XANTHAN GUM, ONION POWDER, ALLSPICE, GROUND GINGER
Scotch Bonnet- 80,000–400,000
Habaneros- 100,000 to 350,000

$8.00

Pairing Suggestions

-Jerk Chicken of course!
-Steak of Chicken Kabobs
-Pulled Pork sandwich-Hillbilly/Jamaican style (Irie Mon & Yeehaw!)
-Add some kick to your Mango Chutney
-Try on a Bagel with cream cheese-wow!

Rasta

Rasta is one cool pepper dude, but will burn you if you aren’t cool with him. This Scotch Bonnet pepper is hotter than Happy. Well Happy doesn’t think so. There is a rivalry here because both of these guys are so HOT! On the ranch they are always competing for the sweet Bells attention. Rasta is cool with Rico though for some reason. There is one thing that keeps Rasta and Happy civil with each other. It is their love for the medicine weed and Rasta is the authority on that!
Straight from Jamaica, this Pepper Person used to be a farmer, and he cultivated the medicine weed. Farming and exporting led him a bountiful life high up in the mountains. He also grew the famous Blue Mountain coffee which Bob loves! When it comes to music, he is a Holy man, a true Rasta-farian. Thus the name!
One hot summer in 2017, Hurricane Matthew tore through the Ca-ribbean. The flood waters did not affect Rasta and family because they were up in the mountains. But when the winds took down their home, their need for food, water and shelter drove them back down toward the mountain to-wards Ocho Rios to their cousin’s fortress. The Hurricane had almost passed and the whole family was sure they would make it. They had weathered many hurricanes on the island and were fearless. Halfway there, the Jeep was caught off guard by a mud slide and they all were cast into the Dunn’s river, perishing instantly from the raging flood waters. Rasta was driving. He found his way here after a terribly windy day at the Ranch.