REVIEW: Trifecta Sauce Co.- “Trimpe’s Bucket Sauce”

Sometimes not everything we do is too spicy. We understand that not everyone is the same heat level, and when we get a product like Trifecta Sauce Company has to offer, we are happy review that mild heat level product. Our crack team of reviewers for this product are Steve Smith from 2Hot2Eat.com, Ryan Graub 1 half of the Missouri Boyz, and then the Minnesota tag team of RJ & Minh.

Here is a little background for this sauce, taken from their website:

We here at Trifecta, have just launched our first sauce “Trimpe’s Bucket Sauce”,and was created by Matt Trimpe in the summer of 1995. Sometimes people ask “Why is it called Bucket Sauce?” Then we ask them, imagine how much food you could conquer with a bucket full of this barbecue sauce. Over the years friends upon friends have urged Matt to bottle up the sauce, and to our delights he did. We are not finished with just this sauce though we are hard at work on a few marinades and a couple other secret sauces that hopefully will be in your refrigerator soon.

You can see by this product label they have a racing theme. Being it is a product from Louisville, KY, home of the most famous horse race of all time, you can see why. Does this sauce have what it takes to finish on top or will it stumble at the starting gate and not have a strong enough finish? Place your bets folks it is post time…

Steve Smith

Ryan Graub

RJ & Minh

Trifecta Sauce Company
www.trifectasauces.com
Facebook Page: CLICK HERE
Phone: 502-554-4166
Email: mrobbins@trifectasauces.com

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4 thoughts on “REVIEW: Trifecta Sauce Co.- “Trimpe’s Bucket Sauce”

  • May 31, 2011 at 12:12 am
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    I would just like to apologize for not having the product in my review. I lost my original video review in a computer mishap. Sorry.

  • May 31, 2011 at 3:51 pm
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    Hey, no problem Ryan. I used to have mishaps all the time -then I bought a Mac. 🙂

    Thanks for giving us a quality review even with the video loss.

    Thanks to all of you!

  • June 2, 2011 at 11:00 am
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    Good thing he had xanthum gum and caramel color on hand when he ran out of BBQ sauce.- Ol’ Benito

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