Chilli lovers – you’re gonna love this!!
B&M has launched a cheap Hot Sauce Advent Calendar for people who prefer not to have chocolate.
Priced at just £4.99 this will help heat you up this Christmas!
The discount retailer is already stocking some other fun advent calendars, and this one is certainly not for kids.
Unlike some of the other themed advent calendars giving only 12 days of treats, this spicy one lets you get a hot sauce every day in the run-up to Christmas.
The hot sauce sachets you get is pot luck! The spice levels range from spicy to extra hot n spicy (which is VERY hot), but you won’t know what you get until you open it up.
Hot sauce advent calendar
The flavours of hot sauce include:
- Thai-riffic Chilli Sauce
- Hawaiian Lava Flow Chilli Sauce
- Egyptian Fire Scarab Chilli Sauce
- Death Valley Chilli Sauce
- My Outback is Burning Chilli Sauce (ahem!!)
- Dragons Breathe Chilli Sauce
- Indian Tigerblood Chilli Sauce and
- Thunder Downunder Chilli Sauce
Whether you want to use it to season meat or veg before baking (think Nandos) or you want to use it on a burger topping (yum), each 7g hot sauce sachet will be perfect for chilli lovers.
The advent calendars are being sold in stores now, but you won’t be able to nab the bargain online.
Find your closest B&M store here.
Remember, it may be worth calling your local shop first as they seem to stock different stuff and hot items like this sell out fast.
If you cannot get to a store, I’ve found them selling on Amazon here, but you’re going to pay more.
If you’re buying for a chill addict this year, B&M also has a range of other chilli themed gifts.
Why not share your loved one with a Devil Head of Hot sauce, priced at £2.99.
Or, get them a hot sauce grenade, also at £2.99.
There is a collection of different sauces on sale for £3.99 or how about sticks of chilli dynamite set for £4.99.
Why not spice up the Christmas dinner table and get fiery chilli crackers (£1.99 each) instead of the traditional crackers?
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