Note: For a more current taste review on a tweaked bag design and ingredient list, open up Sierra Madre Provision Co. – Original Beef Jerky (Recipe #2).
Holston Mountain Beef Jerky is distributed under the same name, Holston Mountain Beef Jerky, located in Bluff City, Tennessee. Holston Mountain Beef Jerky is prepared in small, hand sliced batches. Gary Graybeal, the founder of Holston Mountain Beef Jerky, started this company in 1992. As with most jerky makers, Read More
Note: For a more current taste review open up Maui~Licious – Original Beef Jerky (Review #1).
The next review on Maui~Licious beef jerky will be on 3.65 ounce/103 gram bag of their original flavor. This jerky was kindly submitted for review by the founder Dr. Charles R. Medeiros (Dr. Chuck). Read More
Note: For a more recent, live taste review, open Jedidiah’s – Hot & Spicy Teriyaki Beef Jerky (Recipe #2).
The Phil’s Beef Jerky brand of jerky is also distributed under the same name, based out of Tye, Texas, who started this business in 2008. This mild flavored jerky is advertised to have a little heat, but loaded with other spices to divert your attention Read More
Back in December 2013, while visiting New York, New York, I purchased this 3.25 ounce/91 gram bag of Nice! bacon jerky. No flavor is stated on the bag, which means this flavor is defaulted to be an original flavored jerky.
Nice! is the brand name for Walgreen Co., located in Deerfield, Illinois. This bag was actually bought at a Duane Reade store, which is a subsidiary store of Walgreen Co. The very large private labeler company Read More