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Tabasco is a brand of hot sauce made from tabasco peppers (Capsicum frutescens var. tabasco), vinegar, and salt. It is produced by McIlhenny Company of Avery Island, Louisiana.

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Dmitry Tockman says

"I've made my order at December, 6 and got confirmation letter: "After your order is processed, in stock items are normally shipped within 1-2 business days". I waited for a week - no answer. Sent them a letter, then a second one. No answer. After second week of standing-by I wrote in merchandise address. No answer again. While making order I wondered if my parcel would arrive in time for Christmas Day. And now I even don't know what to believe and expect..."

KaiKen says

"My E-mail to Tabasco: Several years ago I purchased, among other things, a kitchen sink stopper, stainless steel, with the red Tabasco pepper as a handle. I cannot find that product anywhere, including your Country Store (where I purchased it originally). My husband broke the pepper off and I am so sad. Please tell me if you still carry that item. It's for the kitchen sink, it's a stainless steel basket with tiny spoons as drainage holes and a stem with a bright redTabasco pepper for a handle. Help PLEASE Their Answer: Hello, Thank you for your email. We no longer carry that particular item, nor do we have a similar one. My Reply back to them: well now, Tabasco folks, Jill, Sheila, etc. that reply was certainly short and to the point--very customer oriented--I am a long-standing fan of Tabasco and have been an advocate of your products to friends and family. I realize I'm just ONE little old customer but, in today's economy, even one can be either a friend or foe and impact a business. Shame on your sorry excuse of what you call Customer Service No answer, no sorry, no nothing--Experience: Worthless, will never buy anything from them again."