• The Chilli Factory have released two new chilli oils; The Chilli Factory Red Belly Venom and The Chilli Factory Daintree Drizzle. Image: The Chilli Factory
    The Chilli Factory have released two new chilli oils; The Chilli Factory Red Belly Venom and The Chilli Factory Daintree Drizzle. Image: The Chilli Factory
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The Chilli Factory have released two new chilli oils; The Chilli Factory Red Belly Venom and The Chilli Factory Daintree Drizzle, available in two heat levels, hot and medium, catering to the spice lover and the more casual chilli user.

The Red Belly Venom chilli oil is infused with one of the world’s hottest chillies, the Carolina Reaper, and can be added to noodles, pastas, or dumplings. The Daintree Drizzle chilli oil is a milder option infused with a combination of mild chillies to add a slight  kick and flavour.

The Chilli Factory MD Daniel Morgan said the company wanted to inspire consumers to add a spicy twist into every day meals.

“We have a wide range of chilli products suitable for all tastes, from the tame to the totally wild.

“Our new chilli oils can be used as a condiment to add spiciness and flavour to dishes, as well as be used for cooking as a base for stir-fries, marinades, and sauces,” said Morgan.

The Chilli Factory’s manufactures chilli sauces and chutneys, as well as BBQ rubs, spices, seasonings and grinders, with all products and its new chilli oils made in Australia with Australian-grown produce, free from artificial colours, flavours, preservatives and MSG, and are suitable for vegan and gluten-free diets.

The Chilli Factory Daintree Drizzle Chilli Oil 150ml and The Chilli Factory Red Belly Venom Chilli Oil 150ml are available from independent supermarkets for RRP $15.00.

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