Question: The name “Tango and Cash” was applied to which street drug?
Answer: The cited reference notes “In 1991 a brand of street heroin known as “Tango and Cash” was found to contain approximately 12 percent fentanyl and was believed to be responsible for an estimated 126 overdose deaths. Investigators were ultimately able to trace this clandestinely produced fentanyl to Wichita, Kansas where they seized two laboratories and approximately 40 pounds of additional fentanyl. (Fentanyl. A briefing Guide for First Responders. https://www.dea.gov/druginfo/Fentanyl_BriefingGuideforFirstResponders_June2017.pdf; accessed July 2017)