REVIEW: AlbuKirky Seasoning

About the Owner:

My name is Kirk and I live in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Yet the inside of my kitchen is known as Albukirky, as it is where I have spent years developing my unique spice blends that feature flavors of the Southwest. My passion is cooking, particularly grilling and barbecuing. My friends and family have reaped the benefits of my recipes over the years and have encouraged me to share them with you. So here I am, my first spice blend has been bottled and is now for sale. It has truly been a labor of love. I hope that you enjoy my spice blends as much I have enjoyed creating them.

I love the play on words of this product’s name. I guess it helps to be named Kirk and live in Albuddahquerue. Either way it works. Our review team for this product is RJ & Minh, Mer, and the one and only Scott Roberts. Scott, I know is a big lover of rubs, seasonings and spices, so getting onto his spice rack might be tough. Let us see what they had to say about this seasoning…

RJ & Minh


Scott Roberts
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7 thoughts on “REVIEW: AlbuKirky Seasoning

  • May 11, 2011 at 7:03 pm

    The other reviewers and I all seem to to be in agreement on this product… 🙂

  • May 11, 2011 at 11:02 pm

    This rub was AWESOME! Absolutely loved it, and if I could get it locally, I would for sure.

  • May 12, 2011 at 10:26 am

    Hey wonder if he would like to come on down to NOLA. be a great place to show off that seasoning and possibly get a nice award.

    Great reveiew Guy’s

  • May 14, 2011 at 8:07 pm

    I bought a bottle of this rub. Love the play on words with Kirk the owner, and AlbuKirky. Love the label – plain brown paper wrapper. I’m color-blind so this really worked for me.

    As for the taste, I had the highest hopes – I really wanted to love this rub. But it was just way too salty for me. A New Mexico rub should be more about flavor and less about salt. Hopefully in the next go-around, Kirk will make a salt-free or at least a “less salt” version.

    This rub and logo and packaging have so much potential – but I hope Kirk brings it to the next level of quality by lowering the salt content.


  • May 15, 2011 at 9:33 pm

    I agree that it’s a salty product (maybe that’s why I think it works so well as an all-purpose seasoning) yet I think the spicy and savory aspects of it are strong as well, giving this all-around bold flavors.

  • May 16, 2011 at 1:36 pm

    I agree with Scott, it’s a good all purpose product. The salt definitely has a presence, but there were so many other flavors going on that my tongue didn’t dwell on it. I like the word “savory” to describe it’s flavor, good choice!

  • May 16, 2011 at 7:45 pm

    With such an appealing review, I made the purchase Sunday. It marks the first time that I have bought a spice/rub since the first Weekend of Fire Show. :_thumbsup:

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