Bull’s Eye Kansas City Style Regional Barbecue Sauce, 18-Ounce Bottles

Bulls Eye Regional BBQ Sauce Kansas City Style

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Awesome BBQ Sauce

I’m always trying out different brands of bbq sauce. Today while at the store I noticed this sauce. Original Bulls-eye is pretty pretty good and the price was right, so I figured I’d give it a show with burgers tonight. Oh man, this is some good sauce. I’m hooked. One of the best I’ve had on a burger. If you like smoky and sweet you’ll love it.

I also like how it uses sugar and not HFCS for sweetener. In fact its ingredients list is refreshingly short: Tomato Puree )water, tomato paste), sugar, vinegar, contains less than 2% of salt, modified food starch, natural flavor, mustard flour, dried onions, spice, dried garlic.

Not much else to say. I’ll have to try cooking with it next, but as it stands I love this stuff, definitely worth a try!

MildaAthens, TN

Amazing!

If you’re in the mood for a sweet sauce(as opposed to tangy)this is perfection. I made ribs with this and almost melted into the carpet after that first bite. REAL ingredients, which means you get wholesome substantial flavors rather than a faux sweet HFCS taste. I can’t put into words how good this sauce is!
NildaForks Of Salmon, CA

Big hickory and molasses taste

We’re big Bulls-Eye fans using a bottle of the regular “classic” sauce a week. We’re always grilling up something for us or guests and Bulls-Eye is our go-to sauce. I thought I’d try something a bit different when I found these series of regional sauces: Bulls Eye Barbeque Sauce – Kansas City Style 1 bottle 18 oz, and Bulls Eye Barbeque Sauce – Carolina Style 1 bottle. We bought a six pack of the Memphis and the Kansas City and really enjoyed both. The Memphis was wonderful on pork and chicken and the Kansas City was sampled on some beef ribs. Already Bulls-Eye fans the variations were very nicely done. The Memphis has mustard adding some light kick, red onions, garlic, white wine, and a bit of brown sugar adding some sweetness. A subtle tangy and sweet sauce. The Kansas City style was a bolder hickory, molasses, mustard, onions, and garlic and stood up better to the beef. My Memphis bottles came with a best use date 9 months from now, the Kansas City bottles just two months from now.

Next order will be for the North Carolina (ya’all) sauce.

AlvaWedderburn, OR