The Original Habanero Shaker Brings Bold Flavors To Your Table

I’m always saying that habanero is the most underrated flavor in the world. Yes, it provides plenty of heat, but that heat is combined with a smooth smokiness that is out of this world. That’s why I am so excited about this product called The Original Habanero Shaker.

This little tabletop shaker allows you to spread habanero flakes on your food. You can tap just a little bit out to give your food that smoky, buttery flavor or you can go all in to get a blast of capsaicin. It turns out that the capsaicin is incredibly good for you.

Capsaicin stimulates your stomach which actually improves the strength of your stomach walls. It can help you stave off ulcers. It also triggers a spot in your brain to release a dose of endorphins which serves as the body’s natural painkiller. Endorphins are the exact same chemicals that hit runners to give them that famous runners high.

To put habanero into perspective, jalapenos have 4,000 units on the Scoville heat scale. Habanero’s register an average 200,000 Scoville units of heat. Now that’s a whole lot of healthy capsaicin. So why mess around with the more popular but puny jalapeno when you can get a wallop of capsaicin with habaneros?

And this is all the brainchild of a man named Joel Friant. This guy has been in the restaurant industry for a long time. He is a serial entrepreneur that really understands the free market, and he knows that the free market is craving habanero.

Joel earned himself the nickname The Thai Guy in 1995. That’s because he came up with the first fast food Thai concept in the country. And it is that experience with bold Thai flavors that led him to discover his love of habanero.

Joel had a fair share of success in the real estate business before the financial crisis of 2008. After seeing so many successful business people fail, he devoted a large chunk of his life to discovering why others succeeded. The founder of the Original Habanero Shaker now travels the world sharing the findings of his research.

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