Spicing it Up: National Hot Sauce Company Now Based In Pueblo

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PexPepper’s CEO Garrett Peck (right) at his “Gusher Challenge” at the Chili Festival 2017

A business owner, his family and their hot sauce company PexPeppers, founded in Pennsylvania, moved in late 2016 to to live in our city, nationally known for our green chilies, and just released in mid-2017 a new “I’m So Chili” roasted Pueblo sauce, to go with the transition.

 The label on the sauce says it features the best fire roasted Pueblo chiles: “When you pour this on your burger and fries you will be brought to a land of sweet and savory Pueblo chili flavor. Now you can experience the flavor of Pueblo, Colorado in every meal.”
“I’m So Chili” and the companies variety of other chili sauces can be added to recipes and to spice up about any meal. 
Garrett Peck, owner of the company, PexPeppers, recently introduced himself to our community on Facebook saying:
“Hey there everyone,” he said in the summer of 2017. “I moved my family and hot sauce company from Pennsylvania here to Pueblo just so I could make a Pueblo chile featured hot sauce! I believe in this chile so much, I even went to Musso Farms to get them! The sauce I am releasing is from PexPeppers Hot Sauce and we’re just putting the finishing touches on it!”
“Im So Chili” Pueblo hot sauce

Pexpeppers hot sauces are made with 100 percent all-natural ingredients with at least 50 percent chilies. The company also creates a variety of jellies, seeds and more, which have raving reviews on Facebook and throughout the web.

Peck says his passion has always been spicy foods and that each of his recipes, ingredients and products have been meticulously researched for an unrivaled taste in each sauce. Most of the ingredients in the products are sustainably farmed here locally.
PexPeppers ships anywhere in the world and you can buy their products at the following local and regional locations:
Some of PexPepper’s hot sauces are not for the faint at heart. To be released in January of 2018, is a new hot sauce called Atom Splitter which “is so hot you will swear all the atoms in you are breaking apart!” This hot sauce is bursting with the flavor chiles and tropical fruits such as guava and mango, backed with a sweet dose of agave nectar, and goes especially great ith chicken and vegetarian dishes. It will be available at Cindy’s Seasonings in Pueblo, Buffalo Ridge Trading Post in Colorado Springs, and other locations. 

Peck says that this sauce is to be “consumed responsibly” and although it may seem like a joke, but it’s not, that “PexPeppers is NOT liable for ANY misuse of this sauce.”

Here is Peck live at the “PexPeppers Hot Pepper Gusher Challenge” at the Pueblo Chili Festival 2017. There are also some great reviews PexPeppers on their Facebook page and throughout the web.  
You can find out more about PexPeppers at their website and order direct through them or other websites including GuldenBites
This story is featured at Pueblo Magazine’s website and Facebook page, which explores the lifestyle and lore of our up and coming city, and at Now That Is Pueblo For You! a “positively Pueblo” Facebook group featuring the best art, photography and more of Pueblo. 

Pueblo Magazine’s Jenny Paulson is a 20 year veteran niche magazine publisher, an independent journalist, photographer, publisher, blogger, activist, world traveler and a proud mom. She has worked as a political activist, for a lobbyist, a pr firm, the governor and for a representative in Washington DC. She has lived in her home of Pueblo, CO for just over a decade.

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