Packed with delicious flavor, this well balanced all natural hot sauce is made by Sakari Farms, an indigenous farm in Tumalo, Oregon. Salsa Morada is a special Mole all its own thanks to the purple Buena Mulata peppers they grow on the farm. We'd call this a medium heat hot sauce. It's starts off with fruity sweet notes and gives way to a spicy back end with a good kick that won't kill your taste buds. It's the kind of hot sauce you just can't stop yourself from eating. We found ourselves emptying a bag of chips and downing quite a lot of a bottle when we tried it! It's easy to see why it was a 2021 Good Food Awards Finalist.
Red Bell Peppers, Apple Cider Vinegar, Cane Sugar, Buena Mulata Peppers, Fireball Peppers, Water, Habanero Peppers, Sea Salt, Cocoa, Coriander
5 oz glass bottle
ABOUT SAKARI FARMS
Sakari Farms is located in Tumalo, just West of Bend, the heart of Central Oregon. Our farm works in collaboration with the Central Oregon Seed Exchange as a unique Deschutes County based cold climate seed bank, offering free seed and agricultural education to the public. We also host Sakari Botanicals, our Value Added Product culinary and healing tribal business. Our farm also houses a unique NW Tribal Seed Bank dedicated to our regional and national Tribal Members only. Sakari Farms is unique in that we grow Native American Tribal Foods, offer on-farm Technical Assistance through our on-farm classes, and implement research based tribal seed production, contract and wholesale growing. Our current growing creations consist of specialty tribal peppers, tomatoes, potatoes, garlic, herbs and one of a kind native flowers. Our farm practices organic and biodynamic growing practices and holds the Intertribal Agricultural Council’s “Made by Native American” patent certification.
Native American Product