I've had some, the international postage is a bitch but at least Australian customs let them through (I was worried, since its in a sandwich bag it may have needed a stay in quarantine... but i got them fast) they were really nice, but it didn't seem to be "6 million scoville" and i had the last three with all of the powder in the bag... very nice tasting, but not as hot as i had expected
if i were to buy again i would want to get a lot more at once to make the postage worth it, they were very tasty
Hey thanks for the comments. I apologize about the postage; it usually only cost me $2 to ship a batch of that size in the states, but it was about $6.50 to ship to Australia. But keep in mind that the peanuts are also made to order so you received a fresh homemade batch no more than a week old.
Also would you prefer hotter nuts or more flavor? The reason I ask is because we still soak them in 6 million scoville sauce but we reduce the amount and added more flavoring. The heat was taking away the flavor in the nuts; at least that was the comments we were getting at a local bar to placed them in.
Anyhow if you ever purchase again; I will double the amount as long as the shipping cost does not change dramatically.
Again thanks for your feedback.