Thursday, 2 June 2011
Cambridge Chilli Farm Visit - Part 2
After visiting Cambridge Chilli Farm’s crop of chillies, we set up camp in Tim’s kitchen, in company of his wife and young son and got talking about, you’ve guessed it, chillies.
Tim made us try some chilli products that are in the making so although it is not our place to divulge anything just yet, be assured that you’ll be in for a treat once these are on the market as they are truly outstanding!
Chilli festival season is upon us so Tim talked to us about all the ones he intend to be at in 2011, one of the big ones being obviously West Dean Chilli Fiesta. We will be there of course, although only as customers, and cannot wait to see what Tim is going to bring to the mix! We hope that Cambridge Chilli Farm will get a good spot as they truly deserve to be recognised for their hard work, integrity and devotion to all things chilli. The weather will also hopefully be better than last year. We don’t know what was worse, the rain or the multitude of wasps that couldn’t get enough of Cambridge Chilli Farm’s products!
Tim unfortunately didn’t have any of his Lucky 7 Hot Sauce to give to us just yet but he said that as soon as his crop is ripe he will make plenty more so we can stock it at the Devil’s Garden. The same applies to Cambridge Chilli Farm’s Voodoo Hot Sauce made with Chocolate Habaneros, a chilli sauce that is truly to die for and one of our current hot sauce favourites!
Cambridge Chilli Farm is one of those up and coming UK brands that is full of promises and anchors its reputation in honesty, value for money and quality at all costs. We cannot wait to see what Tim has got in store in the coming years and all heartedly hope that he and his wife will get the success that they deserve.Read This Also :