Slowpoke BBQ Spicy Apple BBQ Sauce is made with just the perfect blend of seasonings. Spicy Apple BBQ Sauce is a tongue tantalizing sweet sauce with just the right bite of spice. Chad Devine's SlowPoke Spicy Apple BBQ Sauce, is tough to forget once you have given it a try. It is a flavor profile of mouth-watering proportions and ranks up there as one of the best sauces in Texas.
Slowpoke BBQ feels that the sauce should enhance the taste of the meat, not cover up the flavor. Slow Poke BBQ's Spicy Barbecue Sauce is made to bring out the flavor of the meat and accent the flavor with just the right balance of spice and flavor. Our barbecue sauce is blended, bottled, and shipped right out of Slowpoke BBQ headquarters in Dickinson, Texas because that is where real Texas Barbecue Sauce comes from!
Slowpoke BBQ Spicy Apple BBQ Sauce earned the coveted 5/5 star rating from BBQ Sauce Reviews and this comment says it all: "When I opened the bottle, it hit my nose with two of my favorite aromas – apples and BBQ sauce." It is a sauce that is perfect for dipping sauce with a thinner consistency but will stick well to meat. When heated or cooked into the meats, it you lose some of the sweetness and the flavor of the spice and apple flavor start to become more predominant. As for how spicy, it is less of serious heat, and more what you expect from a "Sweet and Heat" sauce, just enough to let you know it was there!
Tomato Concentrate, Sugar, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Apple Cider Vinegar, Apple Juice Concentrate, Pear Juice Concentrate, Water, White Vinegar, Molasses Corn Syrup, Sea Salt, Onion Powder, Garlic Powder, Chili Powder, Cinnamon, Spices, Habanero Powder, Natural Flavors, Citric Acid, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate, Artificial Flavor, Vitamin C, Caramel Color
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Brian Henderson - BBQ Sauce Reviewson 3/8/13
Price Value Quality"I think this would do well in fruit/spicy categories of larger BBQ sauce competitions. Just has a simple KC style flavor, “fruitified” with apple and “spicified” with chili and habanero powders. Those -ified words might not be real.
The flavor hits you hard and leaves your tastebuds tingling – but the heat isn’t too much – more like jalapeno strength."