Hey guys, it’s time for the final one of my Screaming Chimp sample sauces, their Mango & Papaya.
And, just like last month’s, this one forgoes the brand’s main simmered tomato base in favour of a 42% mango content, supported by papaya and pineapple for an equally strong but much smoother fruitiness.
Greetings, spice lovers, and welcome to the last of my Dragon’s Blood reviews.
There is one more item from Chilli Pepper Pete that I’ll be looking at but it’s not a part of their main line. It’s a wild stand alone item that I’m afraid you’re going to have to wait for because today, we’re looking at the Dragon’s Blood Hot Fruity Sauce.
A far brighter bottle than most of the others. Maybe even than the neon product art of the Green Salsa.
Hello again everyone and welcome back to another tuesday sauce review.
Over these past months, we’ve looked at most of the Screaming Chimp’s sauce range. Some have been hot, some have been mild, some have been sweet, some have been smokey and some have been just a little bit sour.
They have, however, all had one thing in common, aside from their very similar packaging. A fruity base made mainly from simmered fresh tomatoes.
Today’s sauce bucks that trend in favour of another fruit. Pineapple.