Sweet Heat


This all-purpose BBQ Rub is smoky, sweet and HOT! It has a perfect blend of of sweet and salty. The smoky hickory flavor works well on pork and chicken. The rub has a nice burn and just enough heat to keep you coming back for more. Enjoy!

Use On: Pork and Chicken

Ingredients: Sugar, sea salt, brown sugar, paprika, chile powder, garlic, onion, black pepper, natural smoke flavor, pecan oil, spices and silica. NO MSG, Gluten free.
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The newest addition to the "Award-Winning, Choice of Champions" line

Blues Hog Bold & Beefy is excellent on steak, brisket, burgers. chops, potatoes, and other veggies! GLUTEN FREE.

Blues Hog Barbecue began in the rolling hills of Tennessee with pork shoulders and whole hogs cooked over hickory coals for family and community. Created by legendary pitmaster Bill Arnold, Blues Hog has won more national and international awards than any other commercial sauce on the market. Our products are made with the highest quality of sugars and spices, which is why they are used by competition teams and top chefs around the world!
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Award winning flavors of real Jamaica with flavors of pimento (allspice) and scotch bonnet peppers with a wicked, fiery heat

When you have this rub with your next cookout the flavors will make you feel like you are on the island of Jamaica. Really versatile and adds a Jamaican kick to chicken, lamb, pork, fish and vegetable dishes
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