While on medical missions trips to Tanzania, Chris fell in love with the spicy food that the Indians had been bringing there for centuries. The picture to the left is Chris in an Indian restaurant in Dar Es Salaam where it all began. These "hot Fingers", as they call them, started him seeking hotter and even more flavorful chiles, which led to the hottest of all...the Ghost Chile.
After many years of making hot sauce in his kitchen for friends and family, he was encouraged to share it with the masses. It was too good not to! Chris knew he needed a partner to take on this endeavor. He enlisted his sister, Cindy and her expertise in operations, to bring Sweet Savina Sunrise to you!
A ghost pepper is a specific kind of hot pepper, native to South Asia, that is considered by many to be the hottest pepper in existence. The local term for this variety of pepper is bhut jolokia.
The Fatalii is a chili pepper of Capsicum chinense that originates in central and southern Africa. It is described to have a fruity, citrus flavor with a searing heat that is comparable to the standard habanero.