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They had tons of hot sauce for sale and to sample. I of course went for the hottest ones I could find and promptly burned my mouth off. I ended up buying a bottle of some really great chocolate habanero sauce. They also have a...More
Browse and taste 100's of hot sauces, wing sauces, salsas and misc hot related food things at this Spicy Hot Mecca!! The hot sauces are all rated from 1-10 for intensity and tortillas are availabe for tasting them.
This is a must view place while visiting St. Augustine, Fl. There must be 200+ different sauces many you can't find anywhere else because they are made exclusively for The Pepper Palace. Over fifty are based on Chipotle, thirty with Jalapeños, explosively hot ones like...More
They have a terrific selection with many sauces available to sample. They also sell soap and candy, but the main attraction is the hot sauce. They were out of one of my favorite sauces, but that particular sauce is known to be a bit hard...More
We love St Augustine. In the past we have spent a lot of money at this shop. In addition to the pepper selections they have handbags, home decor, and towels with fun sayings. HOWEVER...the store personnel were so tied up in cell conversations...there was no...More
Nothing fancy here; it's all about the peppers. What's special is that they will let you taste over 20 different brands and styles, so you know what you're getting. They are arranged in ascending heat, but that doesn't tell you how they vary by taste--and...More
We were in town for a couple of days and walked up St. George street. I am a big smoker and BBQ guy so I love trying new sauces. I stopped in and my wife and kids went to the candy shop in the back...More
We love hot sauce and use some form of it in every meal and are never disappointed by Pepper Palace. We've been to a few over the years, but always seem to hit this location probably twice per year to stock up. The bottom line...More
My great grandparents owned Capo's Jungle Inn in St Augustine back in the 1940's. Throughout my childhood, my grandmother cooked a a rice and shrimp dish using Datil peppers that were sent to her in Baltimore by St Augustine relatives. After she passed away, my...More