Lawyer's Breath, The Perfect Holiday Gift
It is not too early to start your holiday shopping and what better gift for that special lawyer or judge than a bottle of Lawyer's Breath hot sauce or a jar of Hot Lawyer's Nuts. These and other legally themed delectables are available for purchase online through Judicial Flavors, a company started by Auburn, Calif., solo lawyer Wendell Peters.
Peters is a criminal lawyer engaged in the pursuit of hot. He sells a complete line of hot sauces with names such as Contempt of Court, Juvenile Justice, Last Will & Testament, Under the Influence and his extreme hot sauce So Sue Me. There is also his Shyster Sauce barbecue sauce, Whole Truth pasta sauce, and a variety of salad dressings, fruit sauces, glazes, jellies, rubs and other products.
A 1985 graduate of McGeorge School of Law, Peters credits his home state of Texas and a childhood spent helping his mother with pickling chores as the inspirations for his recipes. But it was not until he was well into his legal career that he came up with his hot sauce. His Web site explains:
It wasn’t until he was "messing around in the kitchen making all kinds of sauces" that Wendell happened upon the idea to focus on hot sauce. After a few years of testing out his concoctions on fellow lawyers, Wendell went home to Texas to compete in the first international Chile Expo. In his first competition in 1997 he walked off triumphantly with a "Best of Show" award for his sauces.
His recipes have since gone on to win 60 awards and honors. Lawyer's Breath was his first hot sauce and bears the distinction of having been served in the luxury suites at the 1998 Super Bowl. The label on the Lawyer's Breath bottle promises it will "bring out the orator in you" but that "your breath will not reek of broken promises and hidden clauses."
You can order a bottle of Lawyer's Breath for $6.99 or get the Trial in Session gift pack of three different sauces for $19.95. Where else can you get a lawyer's hot and spicy output for so cheap?
Posted by Robert J. Ambrogi on November 12, 2009 at 11:53 AM | Permalink
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