Flaming Licks are the subscription box for anyone who loves hot sauces and chilli products! They offer a range of boxes to suit different budgets, and each one is packed full of amazing and unique spicy foods, sauces and treats that you won’t be able to find in your local supermarket. It’s a great way to discover something new that will tantalise your taste buds and put some fire in your belly!
When you subscribe, you can choose from the following options:-
The Munch Box is £8.99 per month and includes 4 proper sized spicy treats such as snacks, dips, confectionery and dried meats.
The Taste Box is £13.49 per month and is for the hot sauce addicts. You’ll get 1 Hot Shots triple pack of hot sauce shots, recipe cards and a couple of other fiery condiments and cooking products.
The Crave Box is £19.99 per month and you get the best of everything as it features The Taste and Munch boxes combined. You’ll get 1 Hot Shots pack, recipes and a couple of other condiments and cooking products PLUS 4 proper sized spicy treats.
I was sent this month’s Crave Box to review, so let’s jump straight in!
Hot Shots Pack – 3 Craft Hot Sauces from Mushemi Fire
In the Taste and Crave Boxes, you’ll receive a triple pack of Hot Shots which features three small try-me jars of hot sauces from a craft producer. This month’s collaboration is with Mushemi Fire who have included three of their bestsellers, all of which are made to authentic Zambian recipes.
JUJU is an extremely hot chilli relish made with key ingredients of Onions, 22% Scotch Bonnet Chillies, 3% Piri Piri Chillies and Zambian Honey. It packs a punch in the heat department and certainly helps to liven up burgers and sandwiches!
CHAR is a BBQ chilli sauce which is deliciously smokey with hints of subtle spice and sweetness. I really like this one as a tasty dipping sauce that goes with just about everything.
ZWAO is my favourite of the three and is an incredibly hot and fiery Piri Piri chilli sauce made with 51% Scotch Bonnet and Piri Piri Chillies. I sometimes like to tone it down a notch and mix it with a bit of mayo depending on what mood I’m in!
Upton Cheyney Megalodon Hot & Fruity Chilli Sauce
This quirky Megalodon Hot Sauce is not be underestimated as the name and imagery should suggest! It’s a very, very, very hot chilli sauce made with 7 pot Habanero Chillies and a whole host of different fruit juices that will set your mouth on fire in the best possible way. At first, you taste all the lovely fruit flavours and then the heat really sets in at the back of the throat! Great for splashing (sparingly) on meat and veggie dishes.
Prices Spices Bombay Potatoes Spice Mix
Bombay potatoes are one of my favourite sides to order whenever I have an Indian takeaway, so I was really looking forward to trying out this spice mix and it didn’t disappoint. It was very easy to use and made a super tasty dish of spicy Bombay potatoes that was enough for four people. I’d definitely pick up these packets again!
Wildings Habanero Chilli & Lemongrass Duck Crackling
I passed these onto my housemates as I’m a vegetarian, and they were very keen to try it as duck crackling isn’t something that you come across everyday, is it?! Triple cooked, the crackling pieces are heavily seasoned in a hot Habanero Chilli and Lemongrass flavour which was a little too hot for some who tried it, but my sister loved it!
New York Delhi Mumbai Mix
For a savoury snack, you can’t beat some Bombay mix and this pack from the New York Delhi is their Hot & Spicy Mumbai Mix which is far spicier and far tastier than any Bombay mix that I’ve tried before! Perfect with a cold drink to nibble on before or after a night out.
Flaming Licks Fiery Italian Cheese Bagel Croutons
The first product that was consumed the fastest from this month’s box were these super moreish Fiery Italian Cheese Bagel Croutons. Covered in a tasty seasoning mix of Naga Chili and Italian cheeses, these baked jalapeno bagel crouton pieces were mouthwateringly good and had an enjoyable amount of heat to them.
Flaming Licks Smoked Chilli & Onion Marmalade
Lastly, this Smoked Chilli & Onion Marmalade was something of a ‘marmite’ product for my household. I really enjoyed the sweet and smokey texture and flavour of this marmalade, especially as a way to liven up cheese sandwiches, but some of my housemates weren’t keen on it at all. Definitely a love/hate thing!