REVIEW- Dr Gonzo’s Supermash

This is the second of three reviews we are doing with Dr Gonzo’s Uncommon Condiments. We reviewed his Buffalo Balm last weekend. If you have not visited Dr Gonzo’s website yet, you should. Their product names are more than Olde School, they are yesteryear. I love the names and the simple labels that make one think of what it would be like to buy a product back when there were horse-drawn carriages, saloons and handlebar mustaches. This review is for a pepper mash, but it might be for superheroes since it is called Supermash.

We turn to Justin and Firehead Thomas for their opinions. While Firehead Thomas does a stellar job once again, Justin’s little girl Madeline steals the show. When you watch his video, if you don’t go, “Awww, cute”, then you are devoid of emotion. Everyone who remembers Justin’s older reviews when he tries extract will of course remember hardcore music in the background while dealing with all that heat. Well, get a load of the theme music he pulls out for this one at the beginning. Maybe he will keep it for future videos if you say you like it. Please leave him feedback. What makes his video special is what happens to the poor guy, but throughout it he maintains his composure. This might be one of my favorite video segments of the year. I hope you all feel the same. Take a look and see what I mean…


Firehead Thomas

Dr Gonzo’s Uncommon Condiments
122 Main St
Worcester, MA 01608

8 thoughts on “REVIEW- Dr Gonzo’s Supermash

  • July 17, 2010 at 9:27 am

    OMG Thomas you used……….. “the spoon”!

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  • July 17, 2010 at 12:53 pm

    Oh, but I did have it on the sandwich too!!

  • July 17, 2010 at 2:21 pm

    Also, I filmed that about 3 months ago, so it was pre “No Spoon” movement…LOL

  • July 17, 2010 at 8:50 pm

    Sweet review. I don.t get this whole no spoon thing..I like when you guys do the sauce alone and then pair it with food..put it in a sipping glass if you must but don’t stop trying the sauce solo before the food.

  • July 17, 2010 at 9:09 pm

    I agree Johnny, but you also should as a review take it a step further. If you are getting free product, you need to show that you are using it too or at least tell what you liked it with. Justin didn’t eat food on camera in this review, but he told what he ate it with, and that works. Who really wants to see me shove food down my throat? I rather spare people for the most part of all my food pairings.

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