The first review for Moses Family Jerky will focus on a 3.25 ounce/93 gram bag of their Spicy flavored beef jerky. This flavor is described as a massive heat and massive cayenne blast, being infused with Old Grumpy Mark’s Hot Sauce. The jerky bag was kindly submitted for review by the president, Dakotah Moses.
The next review for Ayoba-Yo will focus on a 2 ounce/57 gram bag of their spicy flavored 100% grass-fed beef biltong. This spicy flavor is described as having zero sugar, with a special blend of cayenne and chili powder to give a flavorful kick. Ayoba-Yo is an informal term that translates to express amazement, agreement, and approval. This bag was graciously submitted for review by Wian van Blommestein, a member of the van Blommestein family who owns this brand. Read More
The next review on Aufschnitt Meats will focus on a 2 ounce/56 gram bag of their spicy flavored 100% grass-fed beef jerky. This spicy flavor is advertised for those who savor a great snack with a good punch. The bag was graciously submitted by the Aufschnitt Meats team.
The Duke’s brand of beef jerky is distributed by Duke’s Meats. The Duke’s jerky brand name was started in 2004 by Justin Havlick, aka “Duke”. Their jerky is advertised to be made in small batches, and is smoked using real hardwoods, not “liquid lumber” in Read More
The next review for Jerkface will be on a 2 ounce/56 gram bag of their Pineapple Buffalo flavored beef jerky. This jerky is advertised as their first collaboration with 8 Myles, having hints of pineapple sweetness abound beneath that fine buffalo spiciness. The jerky was kindly submitted for review by the owner, Eric Judycki.
The next review for 4 Seasons Jerky will be on a 2 ounce/56.7 gram bag of their Chile Limón flavored beef jerky. This jerky is advertised as a mix of lime juice and chili peppers to form a savory snack. The owner, Thom Le, which is short for Thomas, kindly submitted this bag of jerky for review.