Nephew’s Ghostly Pumpkin BBQ Sauce (5/5)

A 5 for originality, great flavor, use of ingredients, consistency, and packaging. I’d give it a 6 if I could. It’s not going to replace your classic standby BBQ sauce, but it’s worth trying – especially if you like pumpkin pie and grilling!

The Secret Sauce “Sweet Love” BBQ Sauce (5/5)

A deep rich sweet sauce that is versatile for any kind of grilling, dipping, or BBQ’ing.  It has enough complexity to appeal to connoisseurs and is mild enough to make the kids happy.  All in all, this is a great sauce that goes equally well with pork, chicken, and beef products Smell/Aroma    5 There’s a […]

Miller’s Spicy Bar-B-Q Sauce (5/5)

Miller’s brings to market a traditional KC-style BBQ sauce with a smooth balance of heat and sweet. I liked the strong hickory via liquid smoke and the deep rich flavors provided by the molasses and brown sugar.

Outta The Park BBQ Sauce (5/5)

It’s Real.  It’s Good.  It’s Gone! says creator Scott Granai on the bottle of his Outta The Park sauce.   And I’d have to agree.  The magic ingredient here is ginger –  giving what could be a fairly average sauce a unique Asian flair that reminds of a flavor I may have had once in a […]

Heckys Original Barbecue Sauce (5/5)

A sweet tomato, KC-style sauce that is equally effective out of the bottle as it is cooked on the grill.  The sauce hits you first with a blast of sweetness and then lingers and transforms to produce a smoky, tangy aftertaste. Smell A perfect blend of tomato, sweet, smoke, and spice. Look / Consistency Smooth […]

Smokin Willie’s Shanghai Style BBQ Sauce (5/5)

Ah yes, another five star sauce.  I’ve been pretty much addicted to this one since it was sent to me and I’ve tried it on everything from Angus beef burgers (gifts from Omaha Steak Co) to mac & cheese to grilled chicken and grilled cheese sandwiches.  It’s a great all purpose sauce that I can’t […]

World Harbors Australian Style, Sweet Ginger Bar-B (5/5)

Last time I reviewed a World Harbors’ product, it was their spin-off buccaneer blends.  My lesson learned: never buy BBQ sauce from Christmas Tree Shops. The “mesquite” BBQ sauce was horrible and had a weird aftertaste.  This sauce, however, this sauce was great for a Christmas dinner atop a Delmonico steak. Smell very strong sweet ginger smell […]

AJ’s Mesquite Barbecue Sauce (5/5)

First impressions can be deceiving. A quick glance at this bottle, and you might be inclined to expect a generic taste from a mass marketer of multiple types of foods – all of which probably don’t taste all that good. But I love it when I’m wrong.

Grandville’s Gourmet BBQ Sauce – Tropical (5/5)

I think a lot of companies get the execution of fruit-based BBQ sauces wrong.   The concept of eating barbecue sauce with fruit is a bit odd for some who are used to garden variety (no pun intended) sauces that don’t taste much like typical fruits and vegetables.

Grumpy’s Black Label BBQ Sauce (5/5)

In 2007, Jeff Greenberg from Grumpy’s food set out to make a spicy sauce with a real smoky cumin taste. The result was Black Label. Excellent ingredients, label, taste, smell, consistency.  A great balance of sweet, spice, and tang that won’t burn your mouth off.  The addition of natural hot sauce, habanero powder, cayenne peppers, […]

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