SlowPoke BBQ - Spicy Apple BBQ Sauce

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SlowPoke BBQ - Spicy Apple BBQ Sauce

Postby Gator » Mon May 21, 2012 3:58 pm

Our very own SlowPoke BBQ has a new sauce on the market - I got a chance to try it recently.

This is a very fine sauce too! It has a deep, rich molasses fragrance + a lot of tart smell from the apple, pear and vinegar combo. It reminds me of a deep, hearty sauce - the kind I like to pile up on brisket, ribs and especially sammies. As for the consistency, it is on the thinner side, just like I like it. Finger check is up front sweet, then more sweet molasses, the the heat hits about mid way through (habanero?) and a nice finish with fruit and tangy overtones, followed by a pleasant appley after-taste. The heat is medium heat that lingers for quite a while. It has a a dark - carmel color. All-in-all it is a complex flavor profile, that was very well thought out and produced.

Two thumbs up from me! :cheers:

This one you should add to your "hey I'm looking for something different tonight" list of must try BBQ Sauces.

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Re: SlowPoke BBQ - Spicy Apple BBQ Sauce

Postby ChadMist » Wed May 23, 2012 7:58 am

Thank you Dan for the great review. This is a labor of love and took me a long time to pull the trigger on making the right sauce.
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Re: SlowPoke BBQ - Spicy Apple BBQ Sauce

Postby RWBTEX » Wed May 23, 2012 1:39 pm

Yes its very good, I tried it this past weekend and included the reviews on my FB page. Great job Slow Poke!

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Re: SlowPoke BBQ - Spicy Apple BBQ Sauce

Postby ChadMist » Tue May 29, 2012 12:13 pm

RWBTEX wrote:Yes its very good, I tried it this past weekend and included the reviews on my FB page. Great job Slow Poke!

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Thank you for the review. I am glad you liked it.
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Re: SlowPoke BBQ - Spicy Apple BBQ Sauce

Postby egghead » Tue May 29, 2012 1:39 pm

[quote="Gator"]
This is a very fine sauce too! It has a deep, rich molasses fragrance + a lot of tart smell from the apple, pear and vinegar combo. It reminds me of a deep, hearty sauce - the kind I like to pile up on brisket, ribs and especially sammies. As for the consistency, it is on the thinner side, just like I like it. Finger check is up front sweet, then more sweet molasses, the the heat hits about mid way through (habanero?) and a nice finish with fruit and tangy overtones, followed by a pleasant appley after-taste. The heat is medium heat that lingers for quite a while. It has a a dark - carmel color. All-in-all it is a complex flavor profile, that was very well thought out and produced.

Dang Gator - what a detailed review! 8)

Your taste buds were working overtime 8)

I thought you were reviewing a fine wine - sounds real good
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Re: SlowPoke BBQ - Spicy Apple BBQ Sauce

Postby Gator » Tue May 29, 2012 2:10 pm

Yes, like a BBQ Sauce Connoisseur! :chef:

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