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.

Well, the website shows this:

Coool!   Like it’s big brother Original, reviewed here, this ones sports a fun label, Texan markings, and a lot of information about what this sauce is going to taste like – except for where it says “HOT.”  To me, it has a very small kick (which I like) but I find people have to know a general heat level…   I’d give this a 2 out of 5 on the heat scale.   Some people may buy it wanting a scorcher – and that’s best left to other sauces.  Or you might get people who almost buy it, but they are scared off from the heat. My opinion?  Put a little heat indicator on it.  Or have it’s Scoville unit’s measured and placed on the side of the label.

The flavor is good although a bit sweet.  Vinegar is listed as first ingredient – I’m guessing they used an apple-cider vinegar.  The Chipotle essence really comes out strong.  For some people this is a flavor that takes some getting used to, but with anything SuckleBusters does, I know it going to be real and all natural.   Consistency is right in the middle of the thin/thick sauce scale.   Definitely one of the better Chipotle BBQ sauces out there.

 

Site Editor, BBQ Sauce Lover, Family Guy, Hi Tech Marketer by Day. He recently wrote the Ebook “How to Market Your BBQ Sauce” which can be purchased on this site.

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