Historic Lynchburg Steak & Burger Seasoning
- Contains no MSG
- It is Gluten Free
- Packaged in plastic shaker containing 6 ounces of seasoning
- Ingredients include Kosher salt, Black Pepper, Garlic, Onion, Spices, Red Bell Pepper, Green Bell Pepper, Crushed Red Pepper, Parsley
- And of course, Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey!
Historic Lynchburg Tennessee Whiskey Steak And Burger Seasoning Review
In our house we go through Costco sized Montreal Steak spice with freaky regularity. Yes we like to eat a lot of steaks. Plus I add it too sandwiches, burgers, popcorn, even soups. I just love the flavour of it. I have tried other spice mixes but nothing has come close the versatility and great flavour of the original Montreal Steak Spike.
When I received this to review I was tentative at first. Reason being, I have just gone through reviewing the Lynchburg 151 BBQ sauce and the 151 Habanero Sauce . I think I found out why I am hesitant to douse my striploin with this spice. I think I found out why this series of condiments is being halted from a commercial explosion. These products are good, but not great. And I believe the reason why, is that they are trying too hard. So here we go.
The package carries the same label as the rest of the line. What I found weird was that the actual container is a tinted colour. Perhaps this is for freshness issues due to the ingredients, but I couldnt find anything in the list that would warrant this.
Ingredients:Kosher salt, black pepper, dill seed, coriander seed, red pepper, garlic, spices, soy bean oil, natural flavors, Jack Daniels Black Label Whiskey
So this taste is going to be more like Jack Daniels Steak & Burger Seasoning vs. Montreal Steak Spice. A newcomer vs. the venerable veteran.