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Respiro Del Diavolo, A Spicy Hot Pepper Ice Cream That Requires a Signed Release Before Consuming

A post shared by Hop and Heat (@hopandheat) on Feb 8, 2018 at 9:38am PST The Aldwych Café, an award winning casual restaurant and ice cream parlor in Cardonald, Glasgow, Scotland, has created an incredibly spicy hot ice cream named “Respiro Del Diavolo“. This highly descriptive name comes from the Carolina Reaper peppers, which that...
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