Heynetboy Reviews Pirate Jonny’s Caribbean Roundup

You will notice a difference in the name of this product from what Heynetboy reviews it as in the video. The former name was Caribbean Cowboy. I am not sure of the reason behind the net change, those behind Pirate Jonny’s might clue us in on that. Nevertheless, it is the same product within the package, and that is what we are reviewing here today. This is the 6th review for Pirate Jonny’s Rubs & Seasonings with 2 more coming from Ken Alexander and Fiber Joe. The reviews for these products have continued to get high marks from our panel of reviewers, and this one is no different. If you are a big fan of seasonings and want to catch up on the other reviews, I have them here for your perusal.

1- Tampa Bay Key Lime Chili Rub
2- Jamaican Jerk
3- Scorched Pirate
4- Cuban Mojo
5- Sweet Island Rub

Contact Info:
Mr. Jonathan Toner
Pirate Jonny’s BBQ Rubs
Suite 100
2020 W Kennedy Blvd
Tampa, Florida 33606
Phone: 813-258-4504
E-mail: piratejonny11@gmail.com
www.piratejonnys.com
FACEBOOK: CLICK HERE

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3 thoughts on “Heynetboy Reviews Pirate Jonny’s Caribbean Roundup

  • December 27, 2011 at 11:35 am
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    Yes, the website refers to this seasoning being a steak seasoning & for hamburger. Not lighter meats. Also, for those who don’t want much “heat” we have created the Roundup, Jerk, & BBQ Curry & Sweet Island seasonings.

    So, for those of you out there who want flavor with heat, that’s available. For those of you who want little, but still lots of flavor, here ya go! Thanks Heynetboy!

  • December 27, 2011 at 12:44 pm
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    Heynetboy;
    Thanks for your review, The Roundup was developed primarily as a steak and burger seasoning, with more of a richness and island flair. We have a lot of recipes on-line that demonstrate how to use it. We also roast nuts with it and call them “Pirate Nuts”, We make them with a little butter and they come out of the oven really good. We give them away at the market for our returning customers and for samples.

    The reason for the name change was due to another company called Caribbean Cowboy, which we were not aware of. We corrected it.
    Thanks again.
    Happy Seasonings!

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