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Blue Top Hot Sauce
« on: September 11, 2017, 10:29:54 PM »

Haven't posted in a while, but this has to be shared!  I really don't add to my collection very often these days, but today was different.  My favorite collectibles have always been items that use spinning tops as part of some artwork, a logo, or other graphic.  Today I found a whole display in a local grocery store of Blue Top Hot Sauce.  I only bought the Creamy Street Sauce - not hot, but will go back tomorrow to get one of the Creamy Hot Sauce bottles - maybe some extras?  Maybe even check with the manager to see if I can score the actual display????

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Re: Blue Top Hot Sauce
« Reply #1 on: September 11, 2017, 11:26:45 PM »

Good to hear from you, Silvertop.  Looks like a good find.  I see it is from Austin, TX.  My wife is headed there the end of the month to see her oldest daughter (who has spun tops at the Burg top fest).  She could keep her eye out or there may be someone else in that area?!?!  It looks to me like that lid just might be able to spin!!!
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Re: Blue Top Hot Sauce
« Reply #2 on: September 12, 2017, 10:51:27 PM »

That's a nice logo and a little surprising for what looks like a new company (and perhaps of young people as it's implied by the photo on the About Us of their site Although, unlike Silvertop, I don't particularly collect logos with spintops, I wouldn't mind getting that display case. Our local supermarket chain is listed, so it shouldn't be very difficult to obtain.