Historic Lynchburg Tennessee Whiskey Swineapple Rib Glaze and Dippin' Sauce, 16oz.

Scoville Heat Units (SHU): 1,000 - 10,000
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Tennessee Whiskey Swineapple Rib Glaze and Dippin' Sauce (16 FL.OZ. / 454 g): Our family recipe was created before the turn of the century. The old folks wanted a distinctive flavor and realized that local Tennessee Whiskey was the answer. The family is proud of their delicious rib, chicken, ham glaze, and dippin' sauce. We are committed to providing the finest traditional old time quality available. We recommend that our glaze be basted on the last 5 to 10 minutes of cooking time to allow the flavor to penetrate the meat and then serve hot, right off you smoker or grill.

Ingredients: Sugar, Burgundy Wine, Fruit Pectin, Citrus Juice, Flavoring, and Jack Daniel's Black Label Whiskey, Tomato Concentrate made from Red Ripe Tomatoes, Vinegar, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Corn Syrup, Molasses, Brown Sugar, Honey, Salt, Spices, Onions, Garlic, Pineapple, Worcestershire, Soy Sauce, Apple Juice, Natural Hickory Smoke and other flavors, Jack Daniel's Black Label Whiskey, and Sodium Benzoate.

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  • 5
    Sweet Dark Sauce

    Posted by Jeff Newlin on Mar 8th 2017

    I Use As Steak Sauce
    ~Richmond, Va United States~

  • 5
    Swineapple Rib Glaze And Dippin Sauce

    Posted by Paul Stanwick on Sep 5th 2016

    Finger Lickin Good
    ~Ft Collins, Co United States~

  • 5
    Tennessee Whiskey Swineapple Rib Glaze And Dippin'

    Posted by John Gidaris on Sep 23rd 2013

    Love Trying Different Bbq Sauces And Love Mixing Them Together. Glad I Found Your Web Site!
    ~Revere, Ma United States~

  • 5
    Great Bbq Dipping Sauce

    Posted by Hot Head on May 14th 2008

    Nice Bottle, Good Price. Sweet Tangy Pineapple Taste With Bbq Flavor. I Ate It With Mcdonald'S Chicken Nuggets... Awesome Taste. My Mom Loves It. My Grandma Is Old World Tradition (We'Re Chinese, Too) She Doesnt Like To Try New Things. But This She Loves It. But Dont Take My Words For It. Here'S How I Describe It. Not Smokey, But Tangy And Sweet. Has Some Pulp. We Had It With Grilled Fish And It Taste Great. Can'T Wait To Try It On Ribs.
    ~San Gabriel, Ca United States~