Panola Pepper Corporate Gift Baskets

Posted by on March 22, 2012 in Panola Products | 4 comments

Panola Pepper Corporate Gift Baskets

If you’re looking to splurge, our Showcase Basket offers a taste of true variety. It comes with Panola’s Cajun products, including All-Purpose Marinade, Spicy Bloody Mary Mix, 2-lb White Popcorn Rice, Barbecue Sauce, Steak Sauce, Worcestershire Sauce, Clearly Hot Sauce, Jalapeño Cajun Hot Sauce, Chicken Wing Sauce, Pickled Garlic, Red Beans and Rice Mix, Jambalaya Readi-Mix, Chipotle Mustard, Jalapeño Stuffed Olives, Cajun Hot Sauce, Gourmet Hot Sauce, Mango Hot Sauce, 1.7-oz. Gourmet Hot Sauce and 1.7-oz Fuego Ketchup!

Want more choices? We make it easy for you to Create Your Own Gift Basket. Choose up to 12 selections from among our many Sauces, Condiments, Readi-Mixes and other products. We will package them in a large, rectangular (and reusable) tin tub. Or, if you prefer, we can package up to eight Panola Pepper products inside a cute, 10-inch round tin pail.

Buckets not your style? Our popular Seagrass Baskets add an air of country elegance to your hot sauce gift sets. Brown straw and wicker baskets in an assortment of sizes are available. All are attractive and functional containers in which to display our prized pepper products.

Finally, don’t forget the most important person on your gift-giving list: Yourself! Pick out a few of your favorite Panola Pepper Hot Sauce Gift Baskets, and enjoy!

4 Comments

  1. I want to purchase your Gourmet Popcorn rice. Is this possible without a whole gift basket. The rice is wonderful and I’d like about 10 lbs. of it.

    • Thank you Rhoda. Yes the Basmati rice and the Popcorn rice are the same rice. We recently revised the packaging for better storage and the name was changed at that time but it is still the same wonderful popcorn aromatic rice.

  2. Two years ago I found a lonely bottle of Panola Buck Sauce. I like trying new sauces so I bought it. It is like a steak sauce with some heat. Now I don’t see it on your product list. What’s up with that?

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