Busha Browne’s Spicy Jerk Sauce is the self-proclaimed “quintessential taste of Jamaican Cooking.” And we here at Peppers of Key West tend to agree. Chances are, if you’ve eaten jerked food in a Jamaican restaurant, the jerk sauce is either homemade or is Busha Browne’s!
Busha Browne is well known for their authentic Jerk sauces and seasonings. If you have been thinking about trying Jerk, but don’t know where to start or what is truly authentic, look no further than Busha Browne.
Catch a Fire Authentic Jamaican Gourmet Jerk Marinade is exactly what it says it is, authentic Jamaican Jerk Sauce. They start with the Scotch Bonnet Pepper, a requirement for true Jamaican spice, and add savory spices to create a praise worthy sauce.
Catch a Fire Mango Chutney is an authentic Jamaican chutney and has a very distinctive flavor. Visitors to Peppers of Key West often ask what the difference is between a chutney and a salsa. It's actually a pretty simple answer.
Barbecue fans and food devotees of all stripes have discovered the addictive flavors of Jamaican jerk seasonings and the seductions of island cooking. Jerk from Jamaica – a revision of Helen Willinsky’s Jerk – is a down-home introduction
Named for the son of the creator, Johnny’s Jamaican Jerk Rub is super easy to use. Generously rub it onto any kind of meat—chicken, beef, pork, lamb, fish—or even vegetables. Grill it over low heat for a little longer than usual.
A Taste of Key West in a four pack of large bottle (12 oz). This pack includes one each of a bottle of: Peppers of Key West Jamaican Jerk, Peppers of Key West Asian Marinade, Peppers of Key West Chicken Wing Sauce, Hog's Ass Garlic Hot Sauce