More Sauce Reviews

We recently sent a bottle of our Chipotle Molasses Competition Style Sauce to Scott Roberts from, asking him to review it. I have been following Scott’s reviews for a while now and love how detailed they are, including such things as aroma and bottle design. A couple weeks ago the review was published—I couldn’t be happier! He pointed out everything I strove to create the sauce to be.

Here are some of the comments:

“A rich and sweet coalescence of tomatoes, brown sugar, molasses and onions are what I’m able to detect immediately. There is a lot of complexity at play, thanks to the mustard, honey, garlic and vanilla. I only felt a moderate teasing of smokiness yet the heat from the chipotles was quite noticeable.”

“I decided to try this out on a batch of grilled chicken, applying a generous coating of Rooftop BBQ Sauce to each side. Dear Lord, this was bone suckin’ good! Even my two boys, who at times (as kids can be) are pickier and hard-to-please as all get out, loved this stuff! When a product gets rave reviews from both children and those who prefer bolder, spicier, more complex tastes like myself, you know a sauce maker has hit paydirt!”

You can read the whole review HERE.

Since the review, the orders have been rolling in. We recently had a distributor contact us, turns out one of their clients in Germany wants to carry Rooftop BBQ Sauce.

Special thanks to Scott Roberts and everyone else who has helped us along the way of this new venture.

If you want to give us a review, leave a comment below.

2 responses

  1. Hey congrats on the pick up by the distributor, great news!

    August 14, 2011 at 6:12 am

  2. Mike

    I do a lot of grilling and like to have a few barbecue sauces in my fridge at any one time. But after tasting Rooftop I don’t need to mess with the others. This stuff is awesome. It has a great blend of sweet and sassy. You almost want to forget the meat and just lick the sauce. Also, you don’t need to use as much because the sauce stays on the meat. With most sauces half the contents end up on the coals because it all runs off the meat. Not Rooftop. It’s so thick that you practically have to use a knife to get it out of the bottle. All-in-all, this is the best sauce I’ve ever tasted.

    February 20, 2012 at 11:24 am

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