NewYorkTimes “Bacchanal Sauce’s hot sauce relies heavily on scotch bonnets, but its the tropical fruit that sets it apart.”
TimeoutNY “…essentials for the definitive gourmand work larder—you’ll never have a bland office lunch again…Scotch bonnets and habanero chilies add rip-roaring heat to this Caribbean-style, Brooklyn-made hot sauce, while tropical ingredients (like tamarind, lime and ginger) smooth it out.”
WNYC: Last Chance Foods “…focus instead on flavor, rather than pure capsaicin.”
CheeseRank "This Brooklyn-made, Caribbean inspired sauce is truly a party in your mouth – fitting since bacchanal speaks to revelry and party.
HeritageRadio “…her sauce reflects her heritage and her Brooklyn neighborhood.
PureWow NYC Condiments for a July 4th Barbecue "If you’re having chicken or fish here is where you need a little something spicy. Look no further than Bacchanal, a hot and fruity Caribbean pepper sauce that we personally can’t get enough of.
The Village Voice “…Bacchanal Pepper Sauce creator Sonya Samuel and Brooklyn Delhi owner Chitra Agrawal are part of Brooklyn's makers community, the DIY-tinged artisan packaged food movement that's been integral to the borough's food culture...speak to the melting pot that is New York City," says Samuel. ""Bacchanal Pepper Sauce speaks to the Caribbean community here in Brooklyn.
Fork In The Road Where to Buy Local on Cyber Monday "…Have friends and relatives that won't be heading to the islands for a post-Christmas holiday? Console them with Caribbean hot sauce. Bacchanal sauce, a hot pepper sauce that's popular throughout the islands, has made its way online courtesy of owner and Brooklyn chef Sonya Samuel; her mix is a combination of tamarind, ginger, pineapple, and plenty of hot peppers among other ingredients (all of which are 100 percent natural)”
FoodCurated.com “…she believes in food: that good food should create memories and moments. It should “transport” you. And, you know what, I’ll give it to her. This pepper sauce is like a nice, spicy vacation.”
SpiceBoxTravels “…it was gone, literally within a day…I loved the fruitiness of her Scotch bonnet-based pepper sauce…She is clearly a kindred spirit who loves food, flavor and spices…”
WikaMag “…shall we say, a ‘fiery’ person.Pun intended. A passionate food advocate, Sonya, for her part, wants to share the love through something she knows really well: Pepper Sauce.
SeriousEats “…that taste of home in New York…”
GrubStreet “…hot-sauce-maker and owner of Bacchanal Pepper Sauce, which is (of course) made IN Brooklyn.
HuffingtonPost “It’s 100 percent natural with no preservatives…and a great condiment for anyone who likes a bit of heat.”