Vinnie was taught a while ago by a jerky master who was retiring. They met because Vinnie had been buying jerky from him for years. After all, it was delicious. Since then, Vinnie has experimented successfully with new flavors. Vinnie describes himself as a Meat Sherpa (#meatsherpa). A sherpa is meaning renowned for its skill in mountaineering. In 2015, Vinnie debuted Vinnie’s Old Time Jerky.
Currently, Vinnie’s Ol Time Jerky has 20 flavors available. Their flavors have a base heat of black pepper, red pepper, garlic, and Tabasco sauce. Vinnie’s Old Time Jerky is distributed under the same name as Vinnie’s Old Time Jerky, and it is located in Garland, Texas.
The next review on Vinnie’s Ol Time Jerky will focus on a 2 ounce/56 gram bag of their harvest breakfast flavored beef jerky. This jerky was kindly submitted for review by the founder, Vince Inglhofer, the #meatsherpa.
Beef, Teriyaki Sauce, Black Pepper, Red Pepper, Tabasco Sauce, Vermont Maple Syrup, Fresh Roasted Pumpkin Pie, Pumpkin Pie Seasoning, Mexican Vanilla, Garlic, Raw Sugar, Cinnamon. Allergen Warnings: Soy
The beef used is from Superior Angus Beef, which is guaranteed to have been raised ethically, meaning not administered growth hormones or additional antibiotics. As a result, the highest ingredient rating possible is Very Good (9/10).
There is no nutrition facts table provided. As a result, the sugar and salt levels are unknown.
Vinnie’s Ol Time Jerky – Harvest Breakfast Beef Jerky
Written by guest jerky reviewer Paul Rekker
When I open the bag I immediately smell a strong odor, which is either juice and/or soy. The pieces are quite large in size, and they are sliced rather thin. The jerky is somewhat dry and chewy, and it leaves some oily residue on your fingers.
As I bite into the jerky I am experiencing strong salt, medium sweet, light garlic, light pepper, and natural beef, along with a juice (pineapple?) and soy. I am detecting mild heat, but not extreme at all. I can see a little bit of fat on the jerky, which, as expected, greatly enhances the flavor. The fat tends to suck up all the flavors and hoards them.
I must say, I had no idea what Vinnie meant when he named this flavor “harvest breakfast”, but if this is it, color me duly impressed. This jerky is teeming with a smorgasbord of supremely delectable flavors, all melting perfectly together to create a ridiculously addictive flavor of jerky. Vinnie, I’m gonna have my people talk to your people, and we’re gonna make you an “offer you can’t refuse” for the recipe to this succulent “crack in a bag”. A very emphatic two thumbs way the fire truck up!!👍👍 Gentlemen?
Here is what Mark had to say about this harvest breakfast beef jerky flavor from Vinnie’s Ol Time Jerky: “Thanks Paul for the entertaining taste review. Agreed 100%, this flavor is the bomb. Not knowing what to expect with a flavor name of ‘Harvest Breakfast’, to my shock Vinnie the meat sherpa pulls it off with a flavor that reeks of breakfast. The maple syrup flavor is prominent, but there is so much more. Never would have I thought pumpkin to be used on jerky, but it’s a genius move. All of the flavors marry well together to produce a fantastic overall taste profile that is addictive as heck and somehow reminds you of eating breakfast. Take a well-deserved bow Vinnie! You knocked another flavor out of the park with this unique tasting memorable maple jerky flavor.”
This is a black resealable plastic bag with no labels attached. The bag is vacuum-sealed, the best possible way to keep jerky fresh tasting.
There are no slogans or facts printed on this bag.
There are too many bag categories missing to list them all.
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