Sack of Campeche Remake of ancient pirate salsa from Caribbean 220ml

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Sack of Campeche Remake of ancient pirate salsa from Caribbean 220ml. Commemoration of Sack of Campeche by pirates and bucaneers in 1622. Sauce tries to remake a sauce used by pirates in Caribbean from local ingredients, including achiote from Campeche in Yucatan peninsula.  

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Sack of Campeche Remake of ancient pirate salsa from Caribbean 220ml. Sauces were used to conserve meat in condition without refrigeration, which is why sauces had high level of salt and vinagre. 

The Sack of Campeche in 1663 was a famous pirate raid on the fortified Spanish city of Campeche, in Yucatan peninsula in Mexico. This raid was led by Christopher Myngs and Edward Mansvelt, while Henry Morgan was part of the group too. It was one of the primary buccaneer raids that inspired others by pirates of all nations in coming centuries. Part of the booty was achiote, a famous mexican spice, which is part of this salsa. 

The salsa is medium hot, with a strong ingredient of Jamaican Pepper and smoked chilli chipotle from Mexican Bay, vinagre, mix of chillies, achiote and plants there were available to bucaneers in Caribbean in 16-17th century. 

Salsa based on mix of chosen chilies, fennel, allspice from Caribbean, flor de sal, vinagre.  

100 g 1 serving

150 g % DDD

Energy 21 kcal 32 kcal 1%

89 kJ 133.5 kJ

Proteins 2.4 g 3.6 g 4%

Carbohydrates 2.3 g 3.45 g 3%

of which sugars 0.6 g 0.9 g

 

Fats 0.5 g 0.75 g 1%

 

saturated 0 g 0 g

 

Salt 14.4 g 21.6 g

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