What is “Pedro Plains Jamaica Jerk”?
“Pedro Plains Jamaica Jerk” is a 100% Authentic and Natural Jamaican jerk sauces and seasoning. The ingredients of the Pedro Plains Jamaica Jerk are grown and manufactured in Jamaica and are GI protected.
Is “Pedro Plains Jamaica Jerk” seasoning wet or dry seasoning?
The “Pedro Plains Jamaica Jerk” seasoning is wet seasoning.
Are the sauces and seasonings all natural?
The “Pedro Plains Jamaica Jerk” sauces and seasoning are all natural. The ingredients are grown by the small farmer in Jamaica on the Pedro Plains and manufactured in Jamaica with no additives.
What is Pedro Plains?
The Pedro Plains is one of the plains of Jamaica. The plains lie chiefly on the southern side of the island, and are all of alluvial formation. The principal plains are the Liguanea Plain in Kingston and St. Andrew, the Rio Cobre and St. Dorothy Plains in St. Catherine, the Plains of Vere in Clarendon, the Pedro Plains in St. Elizabeth, and the George's Plain in Westmoreland. The valleys of the Morant and Yallahs Rivers, and the Plantain Garden River Valley in St. Thomas,
are fertile, low-lying areas formed chiefly of alluvium deposited by the rivers.
Where is St. Elizabeth?
St. Elizabeth is a parish on the southern part of the Island of Jamaica.
Is the “Pedro Plains Jamaica Jerk” line of products very spicy?
Contrary to the common belief, jerk is not very spicy. The scotch bonnet pepper in the jerk is what gives it its potency. The amount of scotch bonnet used varies according to the type of seasoning desired. The “Pedro Plains Jamaica Jerk” line of products, vary in potency.
What kind of pepper is used in the “Pedro Plains Jamaica Jerk” line of products?
The scotch bonnet pepper is used in the “Pedro Plains Jamaica Jerk” line of products.
Is the Jamaican Scotch Bonnet pepper spicy?
The Scotch Bonnet peppers are available in a range of colors from green, yellow, orange or red. The scoville heat value scale gives Scotch Bonnet a rating of 363,000 to 456,000 scoville units and each has its distinct taste and heat level.
What is Scotch Bonnet Pepper?
The Scotch Bonnet is a variety of chili pepper similar to and of the same species as the habanero. A cultivar of the habanero, it is reputed by some as one of the hottest peppers in the world. It is found mainly in the Caribbean islands and is named for its resemblance to a Scot's bonnet. Most Scotch Bonnets have a heat rating between 150,000 and 325,000 Scoville Units. The Jamaican scotch bonnet peppers are known to be the hottest in the Caribbean (see: Is the
Jamaican Scotch Bonnet pepper spicy?)
Do the sauce and or seasoning last for long?
The shelf life of the “Pedro Plains Jamaica Jerk” line of products is 3 years. The jerk is a natural preservative and therefore it will allow the seasoning and sauces to last considerably long after opening.
Does the product need to be refrigerated?
After opening, the “Pedro Plains Jamaica Jerk” bottles need to be refrigerated to stay fresh and