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Unread 08-21-2010, 12:17 PM   #1
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I took tennesee red and BBQ blues and mixed it added a few more liquids and when you add it to the Q it leaves a hot sensation in the back of your throat. Its the oddest experience I have ever had with any BBQ sauce.
Is this a sought after result? Its tangy and sweet in your mouth and 30 seconds after swallowing your throats is tingling hot.

Anyone know what Im talking about?
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added a few more liquids
Was one of the liquids Jack?
I have mixed the 2 together but don't remember it affecting me that away.
May be one of the liquids you added. Post up the ingredients.
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1 part blued hog 1 part ten red and I forget the rest Im looking for the indgredients I wrote it down and lost the paper HA HA sucks to be me
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depending what else you added, it would seem you're tasting the peppers in Tenn Red.
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must be becuase I tried to get rid of that peppers back of the throat taste and I think I added heat and maybe maple syup but no alcohol. Alcohol is only good in moderation and I eat BBQ in droves
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