Thursday, October 24, 2013

Redneck Seasonings - Limapeño

The first flavor that I notice is the lime, followed by saltiness and sweetness. There is a little pepper flavor in the background, but by no means is this jerky what you would call "hot". It has a little kick, but not over done. What I don't get is a lot of Jalapeno flavor, perhaps that is why the Jalapeno powder is listed last on the list of ingredients.

The texture of the jerky is dry and even a bit crunchy with a slightly sticky surface. Plan on doing some finger-licking after putting a bite in your mouth. It takes a bit of effort to bite off a chunk and chewing can be laborious.

I did get a couple of bites of sinew that were impossible to complete and had to be ejected (spit out).

Overall, I enjoy the flavor, albeit a bit too salty for my tastes. If you like a citrus flavor and can handle the salt, this is a good choice.

Riding and Eating Tips
The vacuum sealed plastic bag will keep the jerky fresh until opened, and the bags are resealable Ziplok-type bags making them perfect for taking with you on your next ride. The bags are small enough to fit in your tank bag, or even in your jacket pocket.

Ingredients: Beef, Turbinado Sugar, White Sugar, Chile Verde, Infused Sea Salt, Lime Juice Powder, Jalapeno Powder

Heat Level: 2

4oz resealable bag


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