The next review for Jerkface will be on a 2 ounce/56 gram bag of their cleverly named Coffee Javapeno flavored beef jerky. This flavor is described as being a collaboration with Qualia Coffee to put a little pep in your step. The jerky was graciously submitted for review by the owner, Eric Judycki.
This JerkyPro brand is distributed under the name of JerkyPro, LLC., and is located in Chillicothe, Ohio. JerkyPro was officially established in late 2015 by military/paramilitary veterans. Their jerky is manufactured in Rexburg, Idaho, in a facility Read More
The next review on Sophia’s Survival Food will focus on a 1 ounce/28 gram bag of their original flavored 100% grass-fed beef jerky. This bag was kindly submitted for review by Chief Survivalist Sophia Dubrovina.
Sophia’s Survival Food is distributed under the same name of Sophia’s Survival Food, and it is located in Santa Clara, California. Sophia found it challenging to find a healthy brand of jerky, so she started making Read More
The first review on Tomahawk Jerky will be on a 1.4 ounce/40 gram bag of their Original flavored beef jerky. This original flavor is described as boasting an irresistibly smooth texture that is bursting with flavors such as garlic and soy. The jerky bag was kindly submitted for review by one of the co-owners, Lauren Summerson.
The first review for The Bored Butcher will focus on a 2.1 ounce/60 gram bag of their original flavored beef jerky. This jerky was kindly submitted for review by co-owners Gabriel Amador and Gabriel Costa.
The Bored Butcher is distributed by Amcofood S.A., and is located in Guayaquil, Guayas, Ecuador. Gabriel Amador, Gabriel Costa, and Daniel Costa officially launched The Bored Butcher jerky brand in December 2016. Locally sourced Ecuadorian cattle are used, which Read More
The next review for Derf Jerky will be on a 2.1 ounce/60 gram bag of their Abeille Dijon (Dijon Bee) flavored beef jerky. This flavor is described as a delicious blend of mustard and honey, having floral and herbal notes, combining bitter and sweet. The jerky was kindly submitted for review by one of the owners, Fred Le Tourneux-Gagnon. Cleverly, Derf is Fred’s name spelled backwards.