I’m waaaaaaaay behind on evaluating and reviewing sauces. Now that I’m a few months into my new job, I’m getting back into the swing of things with reviews. To get started, let’s take a look at this sauce from Graettinger, Iowa. This is Sin Bin BBQ’s House BBQ Sauce.
I get emails every now and then from people talking about various things, whether it’s a BBQ event or a product or something else. I received one email not too long ago that caught my eye. The title of it was simply “Honey Badger BBQ Sauce”. I just had to follow it up. A huge thank you to Leigh Zalusky and the folks behind Honey Badger BBQ Sauce for sending me out a sample to try. So let’s check it out!
Rather than taking a look at a single sauce today, let’s do a comparison review of a group of four different sauces. In order to keep things somewhat consistent, all of the sauces for today’s bulk review are mustard-based sauces. So let’s jump in!
If you recall sometime back, I did a dual review of sauces from Hog Heaven BBQ Sauces. Today’s review is also from Hog Heaven BBQ Sauces – Smokehouse Heat
Today’s sauce is local to North Carolina and is the official tomato-based BBQ sauce of the 2012 Democratic National Convention. From Asheville, NC, today’s sauce is 12 Bones Sweet Tomato Barbecue Sauce. A great big thank you to Chelsea from Crooked Condiments for providing me with the sauce to review!
Sometimes a sauce catches your eye, and you just can’t help but try it out. So when Chris from InsaneChicken asked if I would be willing to review some of his sauces, I was very glad to do so. He sent me multiple hot sauces as well as a couple of BBQ sauces, and one of those caught my eye. And when you see the picture below, you’ll understand why as well. Let’s check out Obama’s Health Care BBQ Sauce.