Hand Cannon Honey Habanero


 Sweet & Spicy Seasoning Blend

As old as the spice game itself... the combination of sugar and spice has always been an elemental mainstay. The challenge is to find a seasoning blend that can not only cover the sweetness but also adds the kick we all crave.

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. 

Entree Suggestions

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:

  • Chicken Wings
  • Grilled Chicken Thighs
  • Veggies
  • 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.


Customer Reviews

Based on 20 reviews

This stuff is the bomb! I use it every morning in my protein French toast. It's good on almost anything though.

Sweet Heat

This is truly one of the most versatile seasonings in my cabinet. It goes on everything. It has a nice sweet taste and finishes off with the heat. Don’t let the name Habanero scare you off. The heat is very mild.

A Must Have Seasoning

I gifted my fiancé this seasoning and this is what he had to say about it: "My fiancée bought the Hand Cannon seasoning for my birthday. It goes good on everything from chilli to chicken and fish. My spice cabinet will never be without it again."

This Stuff is the Mexican Killer Bees' Knees

My name is Justin and I am a Tacticalories addict. I started buying their spice blends a few months back, and now I can't stop myself.

Some people may see the word habanero and scroll on by, but I can assure you that it's really not bad at all. The sweetness of the honey helps to tame the heat. You start off with the sweetness on the front end, and then it fades to a great pepper flavor and a punch of heat...but not like a Mike Tyson knock out punch of heat, but more like a schoolyard bully that picked the fight with the wrong guy. It stings a little, but in a satisfying way.

I recently tried this on my sweet potato fries and they were amazing. My wife even liked them and she hates sweet potatoes. Anyway, I think everyone should give it a try and if they don't like it, then I will take it off your hands...and I'll even let you pay for shipping.

High caliber flavor.

Referring to a handgun as a "hand cannon" implies that said gun packs a large amount of power and has a stern kick when fired. Hand Cannon Honey Habanero packs a large amount of flavor with just the right amount of heat. If black pepper is too much for you, this ain't for you. If jalapenos aren't spicy enough for you, give this a try. I taste the sweetness of the honey first and then comes the burn of the habanero. The burn will intensify with each bite but, can be extinguished with some bread or non spicy food item.
The flavor over all is exceptionally good, I can handle spicy food quite well and I would rate this more toward "intermediate" level. If you are not good with spicy foods/seasonings and you still want to try this, I suggest drizzling some raw honey over this and you'll be fine. You can put this on eggs, steak, chicken, chips, jerky, or chilli. You can even sprinkle it on popcorn, if your store bought salsa is boring fire a couple teaspoons of this in there. Mix this with some Veggie Dust and turn your veggies from boring to "wow that's tasty." Highly recommend this, will buy again on the near future.