REVIEW: TATS’ Widow Maker
Get to know the TATS Sauces & Marinades Krewe pictured above(from left Dustin, Shauna, and Derek). They are the new face of this business with incredible flavor profiles with their sauce line and plenty of things working behind the scenes to excite this chile community for years to come. Derek told me on the phone recently, I am the only chilehead friend he really knows online outside his immediate customer base. I was shocked by that because when you watch Shauna’s Feast Your Eyes on This Spicy Cooking Contest recipe videos they are all about entertaining. From Shauna’s cooking to Derek’s total disregard for impersonating a woman on camera, and let us not forget cameraman Dustin who’s nickname is Cathy, Team TATS is all about likeability. I encourage YOU the chilehead to check out their sauces if you have not done so all ready. The reviews speak for themselves. Get on the TATS’ bandwagon, like their Facebook page and tell them Buddah sent you. It is time to show them the chilehead love we have for good people with good products.
The review team is once again Mer, RJ and Ken Alexander. Widow Maker is described as a five pepper blend that delivers a deadly combination of both flavor and heat, and it is great for steaks, tacos, fajitas and salsa dip.
Check out their other reviews:
Black Dahlia Ghost Pepper BBQ Sauce
TATS Sauces & Marinades
P.O. Box 446
Wildomar, California 92595
Phone: (951) 595-0932 or (661) 755-1537
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12 thoughts on “REVIEW: TATS’ Widow Maker”
Buddah love da Tats!
My, what BIG Tats!
i had a chance to try everyone of these fine products at the show this year and loved everyone of them Buddah aint the only one who loves da TATS
Buddah, are you going to do a review on 6 Feet Under? Have you tried that one? It sounds really good.
No, they only sent us the 3 we did. I tried them all. They are unique flavors and good. I have my favorites though with the Black Dahlia, Fully Loaded and Ghost Town as my favorites. Snake Bite is really good too, but lacks any heat. Made for a chilehead in training.
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