Foodies are especially attracted to this food factory tour where some of the most famous Jamaican products are made, including those popular jerk sauces. The 1-hour tour takes you for a look at the factory and its adjoining herb gardens, even a re-created Jamaican island home. There is also a demonstration on how to make a proper jerk marinade.

Since 1978, the company has expanded to include more products which are exported around the world, especially to the United States. Some of the more tantalizing offerings include a coconut "rundown" sauce, a Scotch Bonnet Pepper Sauce, and a Jonkanoo Pepper Sauce, along with jerk seasonings and marinades. A jerk barbecue sauce is a most popular seller. You might say these products are "inflaming" palates around the world, even in Japan.