Friday, October 09, 2009

Sograte Beef Jerky - Texas Heat flavor




Sograte Beef Jerky - Texas Heat

Grade: A


The Texas Heat flavor of Sograte's beef jerky, like their original flavor, is one fantastic jerky. Like their original flavor, it is somewhat thick but not too thick. I prefer my jerky on the thinner side but the thickness and dryness of this jerky makes a great chew. Someone commented on my other Sograte jerky review and said that this jerky was difficult to eat. I do not find that to be the case at all, when you start chewing on the jerky it makes a great chew that starts out dry but is very moist when you start chewing on it. I find this Texas Heat flavor better than their original flavor. I was worried that it would be too hot, but that was not the case at all. It has some spice and there is some heat, but it's not an overpowering heat. When you start chewing the jerky you can taste the red pepper sauce that is listed in the ingredients and it makes for a great taste. The flavor of the pepper sauce mixed with the natural hickory smoke flavor of the jerky makes it a great tasting jerky. Combine that great taste with the great texture of the meat and this makes for one outstanding jerky. This jerky is highly recommended, and if you don't mind a "thicker" style of dry jerky then you will not be disappointed. Like their original flavor, this variety along with others can be found on Sograte's website, www.sograte.com. It sells for $5.00 for 3 ounces of jerky, and they offer very reasonable shipping rates. Another good job Sograte!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I prefer the Jerky Guys Jerky to this Burnt Crap it's like eating salty smoke! The Jerky Guys Jerky Hands Down.

Harold Dufrene said...

Don't agree, don't find this jerky too salty at all. And don't know where the burnt part comes in. I'll give the Jerky Guys a try.


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