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Avery Island, Louisiana is the home of Tabasco® sauce.

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Had our fill of food & drink at the Festival this weekend. See NOLA chefs in action at Friday's Serpas Dinner

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Five years from now, these small seedlings in the Avery Island Greenhouse will be original Tabasco sauce

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Spring is here! The Great Egrets have returned to Avery Island

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The Archives just received a scene from Charlie Chaplin's film "The Immigrant"–1917–which includes a bottle of Tabasco sauce

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A true testament to the beauty of life on A_Island

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Mucho Caliente, a model ship bearing the Tabasco logo and minis, has a home in our company HQ on A_Island

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In 1898, J.A. McIlhenny resigned as president of McIlhenny Company to join Theodore Roosevelt's Rough Riders volunteer cavalry regiment

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Did you know: McIlhenny Company supplies Air Force One with miniature bottles of Tabasco sauce bearing the Presidential seal

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A centuries-old Buddha–a gift to E.A. McIlhenny in 1936–sits in a temple overlooking its own reflecting pool in Jungle Gardens on A_Island

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The Survey Tree on A_Island is one of the oldest surviving corner or witness trees in Louisiana

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From the archives: A customized bass guitar made to look like a Tabasco bottle belonging to Van Halen bassist Michael Anthony

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McIlhenny Co. HQ on A_Island bears the official Royal Warrant seal from HRH Queen Elizabeth II, bestowed upon us in 2009

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Congratulations to our very own Donald Alexander, who competed at the Great Chili Challenge over the weekend

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Here in Acadiana many observe All Saints Day or La Toussainton Nov 1st by painting family tombs and adorning them with wreaths and candles

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We’re busy preparing frighteningly good food for the Halloween Bonfire–a longstanding tradition here on A_Island

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Spent a wonderful weekend celebrating Southern food and culture at the Symposium

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Life on A_Island is what we like to call, "Man and Environment in Balance"

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Last week 2 Tabasco slot machines arrived on A_Island for preservation and display in the Archives

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A_Island has attracted archaeologists since the late 1800s when salt miners discovered buried artifacts, like antique pottery fragments

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A_Island peppers go from green–to yellow–to orange–to deep red as they age. Now, at their juiciest, they are carefully being picked by hand.

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