Friday, June 17, 2011

NEW (Old) Haunted Hot Sauce Bottle Style!!

Revealed for the very first time is the prototype bottle in my NEW (old vintage apothecary) style! What do you think?


The zombies have been redrawn on every product! New, aged, more authentic toe tags!


I still have some tweaks to do on the aged cloth bottle toppers but overall I'm VERY excited about the new look!


I think everybody will LOVE this! I poured my undying soul into this project.

It's a hot sauce! It's a Halloween prop! You NEED this for your Halloween party table! And trust me...the hot sauce is the BEST, thickest, most robust hot sauce you will EVER taste! It's my labor of love! Here's a link to my products and a heat scale.

AVAILABLE VERY SOON at HauntedHotSauce.com!! Stay tuned!

If you'd like to be informed when the site launches, simply send an email to TheUndertaker@HauntedHotSauce.com saying "Let me know when the new site launches"

Incidentally...Thank you House Bloodthorn for the rough-edge die-cut idea. Right now I'm doing that with fancy scissors but when I have these labels printed I'll apply it for real!

9 comments:

Sean Thomas Fisher said...

That could be the coolest thing I've seen! And I've seen a wiener dog in a bun sweater.

The Undertaker: said...

Well I couldn't hope to compete with a wiener dog in a bun sweater so I'll have to be satisfied with what I've done. THANKS SEAN!!

Ali said...

I love it! That label is great.

The Undertaker: said...

Thank you Ali! Still some contrast tweaks before final printing but these are exciting times for Haunted Hot Sauce!

blackwingangelx666 said...

I love it ! I love the Toe Tag on it that was so cool.

Johnny Thunder said...

Kick-ass!! Love it, man!

The Undertaker: said...

Thanks JT! BTW...did you see the July Rue-Morgue Magazine cover? TROLLSSSSSSS!

HalloweeNut said...

That looks really cool! I'm liking the new bottle and toe-tags... very eerie. Keep up the good work!!!

The Undertaker: said...

HalloweeNut, Thank you! I want my bottles to look like something you might find on a Civil War era Undertaker's shelf! I may do some "collector" short runs where the bottles are painted to look like they're coated in dust!