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Hot for Peacher

$9.99

They call our smoked peach bbq rub an orchard of flavor. Okay, we're "They".  But we think you will too after you taste the sweet, fresh taste of summer's sultriest fruit meld with a whiff of smoke and our favorite BBQ spices. Rub it all over any cut of pork or chicken and steal the show at your next cookout. And if you have a sweet tooth, you HAVE to make peaches and ice cream with Hot for Peacher!

Pro-Tip: Take your Tacos Al Pastor to Georgia and replace your normal seasoning with Hot for Peacher, and instead of pineapple, use fresh diced peaches (and we gotta' insist you use fresh peaces, sorry-not-sorry).

12.5 oz


TASTES GREAT ON

All cuts of pork (especially smoked butt) including ribs and chops, turkey, chicken (wings and thighs), burgers, and as a seasoning for carnitas.

FLAVOR PROFILE

The next best thing to a juicy summer peach? Our sweet-and-smoky blend of cane sugar, black pepper, hickory-smoked salt, chipotle chiles, and natural peach flavor.

INGREDIENTS

Salt, sugar, coconut sugar, spices (including black pepper, coriander, cayenne pepper, chipotle pepper and basil), hickory smoked sea salt, paprika, malic acid, natural flavor, crystallized lemon (citric acid, lemon oil, lemon juice), extractives of fennel and not more than 2% tricalcium phosphate added to prevent caking. MSG Free, Gluten Free, Non-GMO. Contains Coconut.

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