BBQ Stu’s Gold Barbeque Sauce (4/5)

I liked this strong, sweet-mustard sauce that is enhanced with the kind of fresh peppers that add flavor without the heat.  I’m guessing bell peppers?   The natural ingredients and gluten-free qualities are admirable… and of course the flavor is great but lacks the complexity of some of the other sauces in this category (ie Salt […]

The Secret Sauce Smokin Hot BBQ Sauce (4/5)

The hottest in the line-up for The Secret Sauce, the Smokin Hot variety delivers a strong contender for a griller that seeks something a little bit hotter than what he/she is used to. The base flavor is fantastic and only left a couple wants from this reviewer: slightly hotter, and a move to more natural ingredients. This will help the sauce and the consumer in the end.

Cattlemen’s KC Classic BBQ Sauce Review (4/5)

It was something I had to do.  I review the searches performed on this site and it was easy to see that one of the most popular searches for which I didn’t have a solid result is “Cattlemen’s BBQ Sauce.”  I have already professed my penchant for Bullseye BBQ sauce and I had reviewed several […]

Pascua’s Spicy BBQ Sauce

This intriguing little 9.7 oz bottle sporting the massive stone heads (moai) of Easter Island definitely stood out from the crowd. The word “pascua” means Easter and in Spanish, Easter Island would be Isla de Pascua. You would think after 6 years of Spanish I would have learned that… nope. The things you learn by writing about BBQ sauce…

Alisha’s Honey BBQ Sauce (4/5)

Initial impression: 3 Label looks a little on the cheap side.   I like when a sauce is named after a peson they put a picture of the person on it – and this picture can be stylized or plain or color or an icon sized depiction. Either one works and I think I like […]

Auntie Heather’s House of BBQ Homemade BBQ Sauce Kit (4/5)

You can make your own sauce with this fun BBQ sauce kit. Without having to break out the measuring spoons or buying ingredients at the store, this kit lets you get your hands dirty in the kitchen with a minimal amount of effort – just add 3 cups of ketchup and reduce over heat for 20 minutes. The end result is a very rich, sweet, subtly smoke-infused sauce with loads of onion chunks and just enough heat to add complexity.

Whoop Ass Chipotle Barbecue Sauce (4/5)

Well, pardner, if this one doesn’t jump out at you, then you might as well be sleeping. Sometimes products like this are great and back up their pretentious presentation. The bottle is extremely over-styled – a tough, frilly-leather-jacket-wearing-cowboy who is double fisting two pistols shooting off people who don’t deserve to be buying BBQ sauce. Nice cowboy hat too, which I’ll probably give to the kids when the sauce is gone.

King James BBQ Sauce (4/5)

Final assessment: the King James is a better dipping sauce than marinade or glaze, but that’s all right with me. 4 stars for taste, 4 stars for texture. And unlike the other self appointed “King,” I look forward to seeing this James again.

McCane’s Southern Fixin’s Original Pit Sauce (4/5)

Stewart McCane calls his sauces the best thing you ever threw a lip over – which is certainly a bold statement.  But do his sauces have the boldness and flavor to back him up? Sure they do. Smell and Aroma 4 A somwhat traditional scent like tomato sauce mixed with apple vinegar – also some […]

Big Nugg Company Southwest Chipotle Q Sauce (4/5)

Decent flavor from a competition barbecue team that wanted to bring “the exact sauces” they use in competition to you.  Like Blender’s this one provides a strong vinegar oomph but not quite as overpowering.  The three pepper blend (Cayenne, Chipotle, Red Chili) provides a great balance of flavor and heat – just enough to heat […]

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