Swamp Venom Hot Deep South Seasoning

(8 customer reviews)

For lasting heat and robust flavor, Swamp Venom’s your guy.
Step back, copperheads. True venom has arrived.

Our Favorite On:

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If you like spicy, you like spicy, and it’s sometimes impossible to find a seasoning that works hard enough to satisfy your heat cravings. Well, suit up, because Swamp Venom deep south seasoning delivers a punch in the mouth, with lingering heat and a complex flavor profile that will satisfy any BBQ nut. With influences from throughout the South and Southwest, this flavor can hold up to the most robust meats, and gives a nice punch to pork chops, grilled shrimp, chicken wings, catfish, crawdads and more. Not only that: Try it in grits or a Bloody Mary for an extra kick!

This Deep South flavor profile is lightly tangy, slightly sweet, with overtones of cumin and sage. Its versatility is matched only by its heat, a result of expertly mixed cayenne, African bird pepper and other spices. Let go of your disappointment over other so-called “spicy” rubs and bring Swamp Venom into your home … and your heart.


  • Spicy Heat Level
  • Robust
  • Hint of cumin, sage
  • Slightly Tangy
  • Slightly Sweet
  • Quite Complex
  • Earthy, Round Backbone with Bright Sharp Notes

Our Favorite On:

  • Pork
  • Chicken
  • Beef
  • Fish
  • Shrimp


  • Almost Anything for Big Flavor Lovers

Product Label

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  • Spices
  • Demerara sugar
  • Paprika
  • Salt
  • Onion
  • Garlic
Our wholesome seasonings are:

All natural
NO wheat gluten
NO peanuts or tree nuts

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Swamp Venom™ contains none of the top ten listed allergens. Contains chiles, celery seed, onion and garlic (which some folks have sensitivities to.)

8 reviews for Swamp Venom Hot Deep South Seasoning

  1. Try it on ribs


    I use this on the underside of my pork ribs for a great texture a complex flavored heat. So impressed with all of the Dizzy Pig rubs I’ve tried. Great stuff!

  2. Fantastic Rub

    Jim H

    The title say it all! Swamp Venom takes my double-thick pork chops to a higher level. Swamp Venom on scrambled eggs makes them insanely delicious. I bought this at my local BBQ store just three weeks ago. I’ve used 1/4 of a bottle already!

  3. SCA finals

    Mike Cooper

    For the last two years my buddy Dave and I have been competing in SCA steak competitions and this year we qualified to compete in the finals in Ft. Worth, TX. There were 274 teams from ten different countries that competed in this year’s finals. On Saturday we got a 5th place in our bracket of 46 which qualified us the cook for the championship Sunday against 59 other teams that finished in the top ten of their brackets. Well, long story short thanks to Cow Lick, Swamp Venom and a little luck these two idiots from Nebraska finished 8th in the world for 2019.

  4. My favorite yet

    Colin Buckley

    My favorite Dizzy Pig rub that I’ve tried yet. Great on everything, but especially chicken wings!

  5. Swamp everything


    I discovered swamp venom at a Ymca event. It goes with everything. Scrambled eggs, sprinkled on popcorn, stir fry, all meets, swamp venom toast. Swamp venom grilled cheese, swamp venom venison, swamp venom fish, swamp venom pasta. But wait there’s more!!! Great seasonsing!

  6. Perfect pork

    Eric wiedeman

    I use this on all of my pork dishes. I have friends calling me the BBQ king. But it is because of the rub.

  7. Love this spice

    Becky Barth

    If you haven’t tried “swamp venom” yet, you are in for a treat….especially in making “swamp crackers.” Rave reviews from our friends, and it’s THE BEST with cheese and summer sausage! Try it soon. I’m sure there are other uses for Dizzy Pig Swamp Venom. We have not ventured past the crackers. We will!!

  8. Swamp popcorn


    I cooked up a bag of popcorn and was looking for some hot sauce to spritz on it (they should really start producing that in spray bottles like the butter and salad dressing industry have turned to). Long story short, I was out of hot sauce, so I turned to the little bag of Swamp Venom that I had stashed away, and sprinkled it on. Don’t know if I will go back to the hot sauce. The venom did the trick without making it soggy.

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