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F.A.Q.

How does shipping work?

You input your address during the checkout process and the goods should show up at your doorstep in 3-5 business days. We ship anywhere in the US. No sweat. No hassle. Just sauce. And if you have any trouble with that, shoot us an email at support@seekthespice.com.

 

Have we located the spice?

Well we think we have located a spice. Spices were discovered eons ago and since then millions of people have fought and perished in their pursuit. Our combination of bananas and chilis is a man-made spice sure, but a spice nonetheless. So like any good team of explorers, allow us to say, we have found a great spice — a grand spice — but we’re always seeking the next one.

 

What is our Scoville? 

We do not recognize Scoville as a legitimate heat scale, as ratings are subjective and the chemistry inconclusive. But if you are asking how hot the sauce is, the Original has the heat of a solid jalapeno, and the Muy Muy is about the heat level of a serrano. 

 

 What happens if your significant other still prefers Big Hot Sauce? 

It’s time to make your significant other insignificant.

 

What does our sauce go with? 

What do you eat? The answer is right in front of you. Be sure to check out our Instagram @bomba_nation for more BOMBANANA inspiration. 

 

Who are we?

A fine dining cook, a hot sauce aficionado — four college friends selling the most interesting hot sauce in the world.

 

Why did we make this hot sauce? 

While seeking the spice we found something too good not to share. 

 

What does the team think about Big Hot Sauce?

We despise Big Hot Sauce with a passion. Uncreative and with a monopoly on taste, Big Hot Sauce is stuck in their ways. They would never produce a sauce like ours. Also, I suggest you look up their history with ties to slavery, negligence, trafficking, and corruption. 

 

What happens if I get BOMBANANA in my eye? 

Tough day. Fortunately for you, you’ll likely live another day. So ride that wave of pain for a minute, wash your eyes out with some cold water, and keep on seeking the spice. We suggest next time you use it on food.