Why Joel Friant’s Original Habanero Shaker Is Getting Rave Online Reviews

Over the course of his professional career, Joel Friant has started many businesses. Among these is a business in which he bought, renovated, and sold homes for a profit aka house flipping. He also once owned a home remodeling business. When the 2007 to 2008 financial crisis hit he decided to find out why some people succeed even in trying times while others fail. Out of this research came a company he started where he was a success trainer.


In the 1990s he owned a restaurant. He wanted to introduce his customers to one of his passions, habanero peppers. Joel Friant developed a product he named the Habanero Shaker. His customers loved this product because of its spiciness and buttery flavor. He decided to expand his market and started selling the Habanero Shaker in Washington state large grocery store chains.


It was during this time that he had opened his house flipping business. Due to this he stopped sales of the Habanero Shaker. He didn’t forget about it, though, especially as people he knew would ask him if he had any plans to release it again. Six years ago he learned about some classes that offered people an education in how to sell their products online. He took these classes while he developed a supply chain of habanero peppers.


The Original Habenero Shaker is the product that Joel Friant sells on Amazon. He says he can reach a global market this way rather than relying on selling it in grocery stores. It is made of 100% habanero pepper flakes and comes in a high-quality canister that keeps it fresh for years. Each container is large enough to last most people somewhere between six months to two years.


Joel Friant’s the Original Habanero Shaker is getting very good reviews on Amazon by people who are verified buyers. It averages right around 200,000 Scoville heat units which is 30 times spicier than a jalapeno. One reviewer says that it’s hot stuff, is a strong spice, and that he was surprised with how smooth the flavor is. He recommended it for many uses such as eggs, meat, and guacamole among others.