Mexican, White, Cayenne, Culture, Symbol

A liquid fire swept your throat with red-hot boon; you got summer on your veins. You don’t have to be wistful. Franks hot sauce is the best way to indulge in that sense with no health hazard association. Franks hot sauce, or to say for that matter any hot sauce causes throat tingling with using capsaicin. The tradition persists. When I was a kid Frank’s hot sauce got me through a multitude of dull meals made by my mother. I’d dab the sauce on just about everything she created.

Frank’s red hot Cayenne Pepper Sauce premiered in 1920. Jacob Frank, president and the creator of the Frank Tea and Spice Company, began Franks hot sauce on the banks of the Ohio river. Recognizing that there was to pepper sauce than simply heating, Frank started to experiment with Louisiana Sunlongs, a superior strain of cayenne pepper.

That’s why; Frank’s hot Sauce contains the flair of a full-bodied cayenne pepper taste with garlic and vinegar. This hot mix is aged to perfection and combined to a thick, syrupy perfection. That’s how; your Frank’s Red Hot Sauce is tangy flavored and vibrant red in colour.

Additionally it is referred to as the key ingredient in the initial buffalo wing sauce, invented in 1964 by Teressa Bellissimo in the Anchor Bar and Grill in Buffalo, New York. How did Buffalo Wings start? Well, Teressa and her husband Frank were going to close up for the day when a group of the son Dominic’s friends came in for some late night meals. Who knew that Wing Sauce would become notorious?

Try any one of these sauces and you certainly won’t be disappointed.

It’s the ideal way to resist lack of appetite. Try it. Everybody has.

The sauce is appropriate for any food but gives mind-boggling taste whenever you’re in the mood to party.

Frank’s Red-hot XTRA Hot Cayenne Pepper Sauce is the one for you in case you’ve got the hots for something sexy. Delicious on amost any meals.