Stubbs Signature BBQ Sauce (4/5)

It tastes like a hybrid between a KC style BBQ sauce and a vinegar based sauce.  It’s got great ingredients, a touch of heat, and a tangy flavor that people love. It’s a thin all-natural blend that provides a lot of flavor.  And as long as you are expecting the tangier-than-usual-bbq-sauce flavor of Stubbs, you’ll […]

Meat Mitch WHOMP BBQ Sauce (5/5)

Mitch Benjamin says this about his signature sauce: Meat Mitch ‘Whomp’ BBQ sauce was created to win BBQ competitions. It has all the elements the judges are looking for, a beautiful glaze finish, a sweet, rich, depth and character and finishes with a little kick that says “Hello Jim!” Well, sir – let’s see if […]

Trifecta BBQ Sauce Review (5/5)

Aroma:   Oniony Garlicy Jalapeno… oh yeah. Flavor Uncooked:  Fantastic Spicy Sweet, a a nice ketchup replacement with jalapeno undertones and garlic Flavor Cooked: Caramelizes nicely for BBQ chicken, jalapeno cheddar burgers (recommend Au Bon Pain jalapeno cheddar rolls) Ingredients: No strong negatives, but not gluten free for those with allergic sensitivities. Marketing/Label: Appearance is very […]

Rufus Teague Honey Sweet (5/5)

It’s got a combination of great ingredients, molasses-dark flavor, and soy/Worcestershire added for that extra savory umami dimension. Nice. A smooth, dark, molasses-based sauce with the same base as Rufus Teague’s Touch of Heat without as much A1-style tang making it a bit less complex – but still a very solid contender in the category. It’s still enough to be given my highest rating.

Guy Fieri Bourbon Brown Sugar Barbeque Sauce (5/5)

Five Thumbs up.  2 Stars.  I mean…. The other way around.  2 Thumbs up and five stars for this puppy.  Sorry for the mixup – I’ve been drinking too much of Guy Fieri’s Bourbon Brown Sugar BBQ Sauce.  Ok, I’m not really drunk on the Bourbon in this sauce, but this sauce is sweet, complex, […]

SuckleBusters Chipotle BBQ Sauce (4/5)

Like their other variants, I respect SuckleBusters for their approach towards producing BBQ sauces that are All Natural with No MSG and No Preservatives. It’s made in Texas – the state who’s residents like to go big or go home.

But… I thought to myself… why do they call it SuckleBusters? That’s odd sounding.

Nephew’s Peachy ‘Potle BBQ Sauce (4/5)

This is a solid sauce with a good texture and a very good taste to go with it – Nephew’s knows how to mix fruit with BBQ Sauce. The trick is (I think) to make it a subtle yet noticeable characteristic whereas a trace of the marketed fruit component remains in the forefront of the sauce flavor profile. The sauce is a great mix of tang, peach, chipotle, and traditional bbq sauce.

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!

Outta the Park Hot & Spicy Barbecue Sauce (5/5)

“it reminds me of the hot and spicy and ginger-sweet experience that I might experience while eating a plate of sushi – but without the nose stinging of the wasabi…”

Picky Vicki Brazenly Bold BBQ Sauce (4/5)

The first sniff is nice, and it had a hint of habanero. The flavor is complex and full. It’s sweet, salty, and spicy – not firey but just a smidgeon of heat to warm up the mouth and lips. Was hoping for something a bit thicker, but I gotta tell you, this is a tasty sauce that shouldn’t be overlooked.

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