Instant Regret Peanut Butter Comes Mixed With Spicy Chili

Peanut butter is always good.  Whether it’s the expensive stuff they serve at that luxury B&B you vacation at or the cheap 16-oz jars you buy with coupons at the local grocery, peanut butter never disappoints.  As in, never.  Maybe the Instant Regret Offensively Hot Peanut Butter can change that.

Clocking in at a scorching 12 million Scoville heat units, it’s erstwhile regular crunchy peanut butter reinforced with a big load of chili peppers.  That way, you can get your mouth torched while enjoying thick, rich and creamy peanut butter at the same time. Yum.

The Instant Regret Peanut Butter is made from the usual nutty spread ingredients: peanut, sunflower oil, sugar syrup, salt, and all that.  Except they also milked every last drop of caipsaicin from a healthy load of King Naga Chillies (10,000 times hotter than Tabasco) and threw in a dash of Habanero for good measure.  It comes in 190-gram jars, which makes it perfect for cupping in hand for scooping up every few minutes while you watch TV and chill out in the couch.

Whether you enjoy that fine line between pain and pleasure while eating peanut butter-covered toast strips or plan to prank whoever the clown is at the office who keeps eating the peanut butter you keep in the fridge (make sure to remove the label), this will almost certainly be the right spread for the job.  Since peanut butter can be mixed with a whole load of good grub, you can use it to spice up your bananas, ice cream (try microwaving the peanut butter, pouring it into the pint and mixing the whole thing), and peanut-flavored dipping sauces.

Sure, you can always pour a bottle of Tabasco into your peanut butter to get something similar, but that sounds more gross than tasty.  You can pre-order the Instant Regret Offensively Hot Peanut Butter from Firebox for £6.99.

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