Trees Can't Dance began 4 years ago at the world's most northerly chilli farm in the wilds of Northumberland by chilli guru Dan May. They began by selling chilli sauce made from home-grown produce to farmers' markets. Today prestigious names such as Harrods and Fortnum and Mason in London stock their sauces, you can also find them at farmshops and delicatessens across the UK. They have also had a complete sell out at The Summer 2012 Good Food Show, Birmingham.
The chilli sauce shop sells a wide variety of sauces, marinades, chilli jam, chutneys, pickles and a selection of gifts too. For those who like their sauce to be hot - Flaming Lips Hot Chilli Table Sauce is sure to be a winner, or if you prefer less heat, Smoky Chipotle Sauce can be used as a marinade too. There are chilli recipes to make at home and the Seriously Tasty Chilli is a must try recipe.
|The Red Hot Chilli Book by Dan May|
You can read more about Trees Can't Dance, their story, and interesting facts, on their website. Please feel free to get in touch with Trees Can't Dance with any queries, they would love to hear from you.