I’m a collector of hot sauce and welcome anyone who wants to help add to my collection. Burn Baby Burn, a revolutionary hot sauce, came to my desk a few months ago. One of the first things you notice from the bottle is the black panther on the label. Burn Baby Burn and Black Panther…yes, you got it, the Black Panther Party helped sponsor a hot sauce.
To clarify, Burn Baby Burn is part of the Black Panther Party’s Service to the People program where they improve the quality of life for the economically disadvantaged. This program is sponsored by the Dr. Huey P. Newton Foundation and profits from this product help their efforts to fund anti-violence and educational programs for the youth.
I test all my hot sauces on scrambled eggs. At first taste, this sauce has a good, rich, thick flavor. The consistency is great. More importantly, it doesn’t use a lot of vinegar to break up the taste. Usually vinegar is also there to try to artificially boost the level of heat but there is none needed here. The ingredient list calls for “organic”. In fact, all the ingredients are organic and is certified by Organic Certifiers.
The only downside to this sauce is that it is a little on the salty side of things. However sometimes I need that kick of salt.
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