Issue #5

The Low Down

    FREE SHIPPING is going on now! Shop through our website now through 12/23/16 and get FREE SHIPPING 😮 on all orders in the US with code "HOLIDAYS16". Now is a great time to give our sauce as gifts to co-workers, friends and family. Our bottles make GREAT stocking stuffers!
     Visit our Facebook Page and vote on our
POLL!  Beginning in the new year we will be experimenting with a new line of sauces. Get your vote in now and help us choose!
    This week, Bo's Blog features the Top Ten Hot Sauce Recipes To Try. Hot sauce is really easy to make and tastes best when using the freshest ingredients.  There are so many different peppers to choose from and so many ways to alter the flavor. It's all about getting the right combination of hot pepper, liquid medium and fresh veggies. This couple took it to the next level...
     Last month an article was released in
Military Times.
  "About a year ago, Tracey Richburg and Mike Roberson made a commitment to keep the service and sacrifice of America's military veterans in mind as they launched their business.    
     So when the Pooler couple started selling sauces and condiments for their startup, Savannah Sauce Co., they decided to dedicate the profits from two of their hot sauces to help veterans who are homeless or suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder or traumatic brain injuries."

Some Like It Hot and Spicy
Some Like It Hot and Spicy opened in 2015 in Huntington, NY. The shop specializes in small-batch, artisanal hot sauces, spicy rubs and bbq sauces as well a variety of snack and gift items, such as spicy honey and exotic jerkies. They also have a vast selection of flavors to try at their tasting bar.
Discount Code (15% off):


EXP. 12/5/16

Did You Know?
MythBusters tested the theory that milk soothes the burn from hot sauce. What they found was that chilies contain a substance called capsaicin that makes taste buds sting. When capsaicin pings taste buds, these heat-detecting neural sensors send a message straight to the brain: "fire!" Milk, however, contains casein, a fat-loving compound that binds with spicy capsaicin oil and then washes it away. Apparently when it comes to beating a mouth-sizzling burn, milk really does the body good.
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