Nice and Sweet, but PACKS A PUNCH! Welcome, HAND CANNON!
Hand Cannon leads with a sweet, honey-based flavor, fresh from the hive (from real honey). The middle tones are supported by the premium spices you've grown to love like garlic, fresh black pepper, celery seed, paprika and more. The final note you will taste is the heat from the habanero and cayenne peppers. Heat is easy... flavorful heat is not. It's important to mention, for this blend especially, that the amount of heat is not about the maximum burn, it's about maximum flavor.
Most of our blends taste great on just about anything you put them on but here are a few of the top customer-preferred options for HAND CANNON:
Grilled Chicken Thighs
Quesadillas / Tacos
Fish / Shrimp
NET WT. 4.5OZ (128 G)
Serving Size - 1/4 tsp (870mg) | Servings per Container - 150
Sodium - 89mg
Sugar - 383mg
Our own craft recipe blended with Sugar, Salt, Honey, Cumin, Garlic, Black Pepper, Celery Seed, Paprika, Onion, Habanero, Tapioca Flour, Rice Flour, Cayenne, & Paprika Oleoresin.
Purchased this about a month ago and I love it. I have used it on steaks, chicken & in the morning on my eggs & bacon. Has a perfect balance of flavor with the heat. Now I’m slowly scrolling through all the other amazing seasonings to see what one I want next. Keep up the amazing work guys 👊🏻
So far Hand Canon is my favorite. It is especially good on grilled chicken thighs! My son recommended using it on bacon...just lightly dust the bacon before cooking...just tried it yesterday, came out soooo good!! Note: just because it says habenero, does not mean it is super spicy. Has a great combination of sweet & little spicy!!
A must have! I smoked a turkey and used the Hand Cannon seasoning. The bird was outstanding. Sweet with just enough kick for everyone. The seasoning used in the gravy too! Incredible
Everything I have ordered is super fresh and the taste is out of this world. The hand canon honey habanero is outstanding on everything I've put on this far definitely needs to be in the rack at all times.
First time I ever used Hand Cannon on chicken I was locked in. You catch the hint of honey in the beginning and get a little heat on the end. You cannot go wrong with Hand Cannon!