Also Available: Bayou Spice Rub, Dragon Spice Rub, Garden Spice Rub, Mt. Olympus Spice Rub, Nantcuket Spice Rub, Prairie Spice Rub, Pueblo Spice Rub, Raj Spice Rub, Renaissance Spice Rub, Shellfish Boil, St. Remy Spice Rub, Turkey Spice Rub
- Case of six 2.5-ounce tins of Rasta Rub Jamaican seasoning blend (total of 15 ounces)
- Combines allspice, cinnamon, nutmeg, and other spices with super hot Scotch Bonnet peppers
- All-natural ingredients; salt- and sugar-free
- Rub on ribs, pork roasts, chicken, and shrimp; use in any recipe calling for jerk seasoning
- Captures the tropical vibrancy of the Caribbean
Been using this rub on fish, chicken, and pork for several years. Always coming back to order more of the Rasta Rub 🙂 10 cans and counting!
We LOVE this rub. We use it on pork tenderloins on the charcoal grill and it is fun on the tongue. Everyone we have served this to has asked about the rub and where they can find it. We have given many tins away as gifts.
I have found that this dry rub is much better when used as a marinade. Rub the seasoning on to chicken and then place in a ziplock bag with orange juice, olive oil and some extra garlic. Put in the fridge overnight.
There are a host of inferior jerk seasonings out there. This one, and the VERY hard to find “Island Pit Jerk Marinade” are the best I have found.
We use the Nantucket Rasta Rub on chicken breasts. We rub the breasts about 2-3 hours before grilling. The results are always fantastic! And best of all, this product is salt free!
Our local grocer carries this product- I’m not sure if this is a good deal or not but I’m going to check the price the next time at the store!
ErmaCrab Orchard, WV
Rasta Rub is fantastic on a pork loin roast, but it is not sugar free as stated in posting. The ingredients list from the Nantucket Off Shore includes sugar as the second item.