ABOUT OUR Dingolay Tropical Gourmet Peppersauce
Dingolay Gourmet Peppersauce is a melodious dance of authentic Jamaican Scotch Bonnet peppers harmonized in fresh tropical fruits and infused with exotic spices. The crescendo is a delightful gourmet peppersauce exploding in flavors that ignite the movement of body and soul.
Dingolay Gourmet Peppersauce is amazingly versatile bringing out the flavor in every meal. It can be used on its own or for cooking and pairs perfectly with curry, rice, pasta, meats and seafood. Dingolay is all natural and contains no artificial colors or preservatives.
The golden glow of the scotch bonnet pepper mixed with the natural blush of color of selected fruits and spices give Dingolay a sumptuous tropical hue. Dingolay Gourmet Peppersauce welcomes your refined and discriminating palate to its irresistible mouthwatering Mango Gourmet and Pineapple Gourmet Peppersauces.
Dingolay is a term used in the Caribbean to describe a happy, joyful and carefree occasion expressed in the form of dance. It’s not by coincidence I chose to name the product Dingolay. Navigating a childhood passion for blending seasonal fruits and spices to production of a line of gourmet products keeps me grounded to my joyful life in the Caribbean. Dingolay is an expression of that joy.
I was born in the countryside of Trinidad and Tobago to a family that was strict on education therefore going to college was non-negotiable. While pursuing my education, I spent my spare time playing in my grandmother’s garden and picking fruits which I later transformed into spiced and sweet sauces, jams and jellies and chutneys.
I graduated law school and later moved to New York where I continued my profession and gleefully continued experimenting with sweet and hot sauces which I shared with my friends and colleagues. I took the leap to commercial production with encouragement from my colleagues who quickly dubbed me the “the peppersauce queen”.
Dingolay Gourmet Peppersauce reflects my circle of life beginning with the joy harvesting my grandmother’s garden followed by the joy of living in America and my inevitable return to my Caribbean roots in joyful fulfilment of my childhood passion.