Hack’s BBQ Sauce (3/5)

This sauce was designed by a guy who’s wife is allergic to peppers and onions. Since he was making all of this custom BBQ sauce, he thought it might make sense to share the result of his hard work with the rest of the world. The end result – Hack’s BBQ Sauce – is a decent tasting sauce – even without the two very popular vegetables that are in almost every other BBQ sauce out there.

Bull’s Eye Steakhouse Barbecue Sauce with A1 (3/5)

“A bold blend that demands attention. Bring that classic A-1 ® sizzle to your burgers.” Bold statement. So for a sauce of this variety (a tribute sauce / cross marketed / hybrid sauce), the question is whether or not the BBQ sauce lives up to the name on the label. Although it does taste like they took Bull’s-eye and mixed it with a bit of A-1 steak sauce, I didn’t think the A1 steak sauce flavor pops out as much as it should. Like any Bull’s-eye variant, the texture is thick and rich and loves holding on the barbecued meat products. The way the sauce chars slightly when grilling is also a sight and taste to behold while other sauces simply thin up, burn off completely, or evaporate!

Grumpy’s Not So Bold BBQ Sauce (3/5)

One of the original 2 sauces produced by Grumpy’s , the Not So Bold sauce is described as a Sweet BBQ Sauce.  And usually that’s not enough to describe most sauces with their nuances and different choice of sweeteners and whether they have smoke or spice and so on…  but for this sauce, it’s almost […]

No Naked Meat BBQ Sauce (3/5)

The flavor is like that of a vinegary ketchup with lots of brown sugar. It is very sweet out of the bottle and the molasses within the brown sugar adds an almost caramel-like flavor to the base of the sauce. On the chicken this tasted a bit candy-like, and I found it to be a little too sweet for regular use, but it could be a fun variety to have around the house for that next big cookout!

Golden Blends Barbeque Sauce (3/5)

The sauce smells good with a pleasing blend of tomato spices and vinegar and not so tangy. The flavor backs it up and the mix is good. The flavor is smooth, smoky and sweet with a good amount of garlic and onion flavors. There is not much new in terms of originality here but it works … I do wish it was a bit thicker though, as this tended to slide off the chicken when I grilled out with it. Standard ingredients with HFCS but notably does not include artificial colors or preservatives AND includes horseradish.

Spring Valley Farms Sweet and Spicy Chipotle BBQ Sauce (3/5)

This sauce had an average yet agreeable flavor and a slight back of the mouth heat that intensified with each bite… like a drop of water that keeps working and working and working on a little piece of rock until you have the Grand Canyon… Well, it’s not that hot – but it does get spicier the more you eat. When heated up, I also notice the heat gets activated faster – the magic of grill bringing to life the latent energy within this sauce. A good sweet semi-hot chipotle sauce you might want to check out.

Annie’s Smokey Maple BBQ Sauce (3/5)

This is a sauce I wanted to love. It has an incredibly rich aroma that intoxicates you as you prepare to make what you think could be the world’s most incredible BBQ sauce, but then… like some flavored seltzer water products, the smell is only a tease, and your taste-buds are left wanting more. This is an example of an incredibly healthy product that leaned a bit too far in the health direction and forget to make sure the sauce remained flavorful and rich.

Pat’s Ho-Made BBQ Sauce (3/5)

Not many sauces come in that cause me to snicker at their potentially unintended double-meaning – is this sauce a candidate for Engrish.com?   Instead of being home-made sauce or homemade sauce or maybe even “homade” (if we want to start inventing words)…. the makers of this sauce chose “ho-made.”  I’ve seen a few BBQ sauce […]

Luna Mercato Blackberry Barbecue Sauce (3/5)

This blackberry sauce is on about the same level as Luna’s blueberry sauce. Flavor is good but average, nothing amazing, but a great choice for those who like fruit-infused BBQ sauces. Like mixing fruit and beer, there’s not too many folks who desire such a combination, but for those that do – Luna Mercato is a good choice. I just don’t find enough utility out of strawberry, blackberry, and blueberry flavored sauces.

Budweiser Smoked Barbecue Sauce (3/5)

A decent sauce that I wouldn’t throw out of the fridge, but somewhat lacking in originality, excitement, and uniqueness.

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