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Mikey V's Zing Mikey V's Peach Habanero Mikey V's 7-Pot Primo Salsa
Mikey V's Zing
List Price: $6.99
Our Price: $6.50
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Mikey V's Peach Habanero
List Price: $6.99
Our Price: $6.50
Savings: $0.49
Mikey V's 7-Pot Primo Salsa
List Price $8.99
iBurn Price $8.50
Savings: $0.49
Mikey V's mildest sauce, but is sure a crowd favorite! Using a mild, red pepper, and fresh garlic, mixed with sugar and vinegar, this versitile sauce can be used as a glaze or dipping sauce. Mikey V's Peach Habanero is a tropical blend of mild peppers, red onion, and habaneros, perfectly blended with peaches and pineapple, for a naturally sweet, island flavor. Mikey V's 7-Pot Primo Salsa will knock your socks off with it's fresh taste and tantalizing heat.
Mikey V's Red Raspberry Reaper BBQ Sauce Mikey V's Spicy Reaper Pickles Mikey V's Smoked Bacon Salsa
Mikey V's Red Raspberry Reaper BBQ Sauce
List Price $8.99
iBurn Price $8.50
Savings: $0.49
Mikey V's Spicy Reaper Pickles
List Price $8.99
iBurn Price $8.50
Savings: $0.49
Mikey V's Smoked Bacon Salsa
List Price $8.99
iBurn Price $8.50
Savings: $0.49
Mikey V's Red Raspberry Reaper BBQ Sauce is a bold sauce with a hint of raspberries and heated up with the infamous Carolina Reaper Pepper! Mikey V's Spicy Reaper Pickles are sure to be the spiciest pickle you'll ever eat! Mikey V's has teamed up with award-winning Rentsch Brewery to create this OMG salsa. Using Rentsch's Weizenbock beer, their smoky bacon salsa is sure to please all spicy food and beer  lovers!
Mikey V's Hatch Green Chile Salsa Mikey V's Reaper Unleashed Hot Sauce
Mikey V's Hatch Green Chile Salsa
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Mikey V's Reaper Unleashed Hot Sauce
List Price $12.99
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Mikey V's uses flame roasted, certified New Mexico grown chiles when making each batch of this delicious mild salsa. Mikey V's Reaper Unleashed has the perfect balance of flavor packed with plenty of heat from the infamous Carolina Reaper pepper.