Zombie Cajun introduces new hot sauce gift set for the holiday season

Louisiana native, Ricky Hooter, shares his life long love of Cajun style hot sauce. After moving from his home state and spending years searching for the flavor of the south, he decided to start bottling a friend’s family recipe. Combining his love of the bayou and his nephew’s obsession with zombies, his brainchild of Zombie Cajun Hot Sauce was born.

Less than 12 months later with thousands of bottles sold on Amazon, this simple beginning has evolved into 3 new distinctive sauces and a request from Amazon that he develop a gift boxed set of all four sauces for the 2013 holiday season.

Introducing the Zombie Cajun Hot Sauce Gift Set for 2013
* Zombie Cajun Hot Sauce ( the original, less hot more flavor)
* Zombie Cajun The Antidote (extra strength conversion hot sauce)
* Zombie Cajun garlic (dual protection)
* Zombie Cajun lagniappe (lan-yap, hot pepper sauce)

Zombie Cajun Hot Sauce is a Louisiana style hot sauce made from aged Cayenne peppers and Cajun seasoning. It ranks about a 5 out of 10 for heat.

Zombie Cajun the Antidote is a blend of Cayenne and Habanero Peppers that will fuel your need for extra heat. Rated a 10 out of 10 for heat.

Zombie Cajun Garlic (Dual Protection) Hot Sauce gives you a Garlic flavor in a traditional Cayenne Hot Sauce. Just in case you face the dual threat of Zombies and Vampires.

Zombie Cajun Lagniappe is more of a pepper sauce. The word lagniappe (lan-yap) means to give a little something extra. This sauce lives up to its name by being extra thick and extra spicy. It has a very unique flavor, not like any other.

Every good Cajun has a story, this one is no exception. Ricky has also written a short story to tell the the legend of the Zombie Cajun. “The Zombie Cajun Chronicles; A Time To Run” explains why eating at least 2 servings a day could save you during the impending Zombie Apocalypse.

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