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TABASCO brand Original Red Sauce was created in the mid to late 1860s by Edmund McIlhenny. A food lover and avid gardener, McIlhenny was given seeds of Capsicum frutescens peppers that had come from Mexico or Central America. On Avery Island in South Louisiana, he sowed the seeds, nurtured the plants and delighted in the spicy flavor of the peppers they bore.
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Bloody Mary Mild - 32 Oz.
Our Price: $56.44 / Case of 12

This mildly seasoned non-alcoholic mix makes the quintessential Bloody Mary, or you can drink it "as is" for a healthy morning breakfast drink.
00021 by Tabasco
03-0355
Bloody Mary Extra Spicy - 32 Oz.
Our Price: $58.65 / Case of 12

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Extra Spicy Bloody Mary Mix adds horseradish, lemon juice and more Original Tabasco® Sauce for a stronger kick
00152 by Tabasco
03-0357
Tabasco Pepper Sauce - 12 Oz.
Our Price: $110.00 / Case of 12

Unlike other sauces that mask the flavor of food, Tabasco® Original Red blends with every bite while allowing our aged red peppers to amplify each flavor so you taste more of your favorite foods
00029 by Tabasco
03-0356
Tabasco Pepper Sauce - 2 Oz.
Our Price: $50.54 / Case of 24

Unlike other sauces that mask the flavor of food, Tabasco® Original Red blends with every bite while allowing our aged red peppers to amplify each flavor so you taste more of your favorite foods
00004 by Tabasco
   
 
The Birth of a Pepper Sauce
The diet of the Reconstruction South was bland and monotonous, especially by Louisiana standards. So Edmund McIlhenny decided to create a pepper sauce to give the food some spice and flavor — some excitement. Selecting and crushing the reddest peppers from his plants, he mixed them with Avery Island salt and aged this “mash” for 30 days in crockery jars and barrels. McIlhenny then blended the mash with French white wine vinegar and aged the mixture for at least another 30 days. After straining it, he transferred the sauce to small cologne-type bottles with sprinkler fitments, which he then corked and sealed in green wax. (The sprinkler fitment was important because his pepper sauce was concentrated and best used when sprinkled, not poured.)