Beer Flavored Sunflower Seeds | Junk Food Blog

15 November, 2006

Beer Flavored Sunflower Seeds

Zotes Beer Baked Sunflower SeedsA relatively new company called Zotes Products, LLC is offering a line of sunflower seeds that includes flavors never before seen.

Their "Beer Baked Sunflower Seeds" is said to "taste painfully identical to your favorite bottle of (insert Beer here)".

They also have the following familar and not-so familiar flavors...

  • Dill Pickle

  • Hot Wings

  • Roasted & Salted

  • Spicy Nacho

  • Bleu Cheese

  • Garlic Roast

  • Jalapeno

  • Salt & Pepper

  • Tequila Lime
The company also offers these seeds in a convenient, 5oz sized, "Mobile Dispensing Unit" described as the better alternative to torn bags and seeds underneath the sofa cushions.

You can order them online in six packs for $11.34 each.

Visit Zotes at: http://www.zotes.com

7 comments:

Jared on 3/21/2007 10:08:00 PM said...

I love Zotes. The Dill are the best. I also like the Hot Wings.

Joe on 3/21/2008 11:30:00 PM said...

I love the salt and pepper seeds. Ordered some of the Bleu Cheese from thier online store...

JimmySessions on 1/11/2009 04:05:00 PM said...

Zotes just added 4 new flavors see: http://wakeutah.com/2009/01/11/new-zotes-flavornew-zotes-flavors/

Anonymous said...

Zotes are the best. My son loves them so i sent alot of them to iraq where he is stationed to enjoy with all his soldiers

Anonymous said...

They just added a Jamaican Jerk profile that is the BOMB!

Anonymous said...

And by profile I mean flavor. :|

Anonymous said...

Head over to interstatebait.com for more flavors.

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