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Smoke Master BBQ Sauce – Roasted Onion & Pepper

 


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Posted December 26, 2005 by

Smoke Master Roasted Pepper BBQ SauceTrying to find that right BBQ sauce can be a pretty arduous task. As adventurous as I am I usually take the safe route and go with the tried and tested. There is so much variety and competition out there it can be as confusing as trying to pick a cell phone plan. Chef endorsements, organic, super organic, genetically modified you name it you can find a BBQ sauce catered directly to your tastes buds. It is kind of like going to Hallmark to find that special card just for your Aunts 3rd cousin’s lesbian dog.

Then I had this bottle appear in front of me. It was like a breath of fresh air. No Chef smiling at me, no all organic blurb telling me no vegetables were tortured during the process of making this BBQ sauce. Just a nice bottle with homely pleasant graphics and a great view of the sauce inside. This BBQ sauce begs look at me, taste me.

The ingredient list is fairly extensive. It seems like a lot of work was put into it.

Ingredients: roasted onion, roasted bell pepper, tomato concentrate made from red ripe tomatoes, apple vinegar, corn syrup, soybean oil, vegetable oil, salt, pepper, spice, water, brown sugar, molasses, mustard flour, xanthan, natural flavoring.

The initial smell is very sweet and after the pour you can see chunks of onion, pepper and various spices. Even though you can see the pieces this is no way close to the consistency of a salsa, it is a true BBQ sauce. It pours out smoothly and slowly enough with a nice medium consistency. Enough to coat meat without it being sticky on the hands or running right off the desired food.

My first taste was to add this to some New York Strip Loins. But hunger and time got the better of me so I settled on some hot dogs with regular buns. As it smelt, it tasted as well. Fairly sweet with a zesty aftertaste. There was no noticeable heat. But this never claimed to have any so all is good. It complimented the hot dog very nicely. Also it was the only condiment I used and the great flavour compensated for all the other things I usually top my dog with. Thankfully it didn’t soak right through the bun creating a big mess. It did drip out a bit but I considered that a bonus to sop up with the bread.

I recommend this sauce simply for its great taste and no gimmick factor. It tastes, smells and looks exactly as it is advertised. The next time you are standing in the condiment aisle, skip the grinning Chef, the ultra organic super pasteurized sauce and give this one a try. Great Stuff!

Packaging – 8/10
Aroma – 8/10
Appearance – 9/10
Taste – 8/10
Heat – 1/10

Overall – 8.5/10

Smoke Master Barbeque
12311 Confederate Dr. West
Glen St. Mary, FL
32040


Anthony

 


0 Comments


  1.  
    Don Daugherty

    Thank you for the wonderful review. It made my day! Be sure to try the Hot and Spicy!
    Anyone looking to try this sauce can e-mail me at Customerservice@smokemasterbarbeque.com

    Happy New Year to you all…. remember, even if it’s snowing outside, it’s still grilling and barbequing weather!!!




  2.  
    Sandra B

    Bought 3 bottles of Hot and Spicy and Roasted Garlic at Sam’s Club Orange Park, Florida. Today we went back for more and they told us they do not carry it. Where could we find the BarBQ sauce???
    Thanks
    Sandra




  3.  
    -Daniel

    Sandra, if you ever get back to reading this, you can buy it at Winn-Dixies in the JAX area and starting January or February at Orange Park SAM’s.




  4.  
    Margaret Stevens

    I wish to order at least 6 bottles of Roasted onion and Garlic. i bought it at Sams once and haven’t found it since




  5.  

    [Comment ID #115689 Quote]
    We bought at Sams Orlando. Live in Saint Cloud, Fl
    Where do we go?




  6.  
    larry rogers

    Help can’t find it any more. Was having to drive ti WD at chaffe rd. now they are almost out could not find the Roasted onion and garlic. Please help. Love it.




  7.  
    Rob Martin

    I just bought it Dec. 1 at the Food Lion in Macclenny, Fl.




  8.  
    Bruce Jacobs

    Anybody have a phone number for these folks.




  9.  
    Margaret Stevens

    This is without doubt the best Bar-B-cue sauce on the market today. I plan to make sure I don’t ever run out.




  10.  
    Margaret Stevens

    Please call 229-220-8464 they wish to order a case of your sauce.
    Thanks




  11.  
    EDDIE TADLOCK

    BOUGHT YOUR SAUCE AT SAMS CLUB IN COLUMBUS GA, LOVE IT BUT THEY DON’T CARRY IT. WHERE CAN I BUY IT BY THE GALLON. THANKS EDDIE TADLOCK ALSO I BOUGHT ALL 4 KINDS LOVED OT ALL




  12.  
    Bret

    WOF UPDATE
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  13.  
    Buddah

    [Comment ID #142059 Quote]

    sweet sunshine woo hoo!




  14.  
    thakswet

    wow….that’s quite an impress lineup.

    I can’t wait to spend money at every booth and bring back a treasure chest of goodies.




  15.  
    Hilliard Meats

    need you to call me Hilliard Meats for an order James !!!!





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