Jack Daniel’s BBQ Sauce

by Karin Mosca
Jack Daniel's BBQ sauce

Do you just love smoked ribs and barbecue food? Today we’re going to let you in on a little secret to give your barbecues that extra touch: Jack Daniel’s BBQ sauce. Perfect for creating a mix of sweetness, acidity and spiciness in pure American style.


200 g ketchup

50 g Jack Daniel’s whiskey

60 g honey

40 g apple vinegar

10 g lemon juice

10 g Worcestershire sauce

10 g soy sauce

1 tablespoon black pepper

1 tablespoon yellow mustard powder

1 tablespoon garlic powder

How to Make Jack Daniel’s BBQ Sauce:

The recipe is really very simple. After weighing all the ingredients carefully, pour them all into a saucepan. Then heat over a low heat until it comes to the boil. When the mixture starts to boil, lower the heat and leave it to reduce for about 10-15 minutes, until the alcohol has evaporated and the sauce has taken on body.

Once the sauce has reached a certain density, allow it to cool. It can be eaten straight away or stored in the fridge in a tightly sealed jar for a few weeks.

Make it with Jack Daniel’s

Jack Daniel’s is distilled just like a bourbon, but with one very important difference: filtration, through maple charcoal. This process is called the Lincoln County Process and is what makes Jack Daniel’s a Tennessee Whiskey with a slightly smoky and sweet character.

And to drink?

For a real American BBQ, accompany your barbecue with a refreshing Lynchburg Lemonade!

Would you like to try other products from the Jack Daniel’s range? Here are some suggestions:

 TAGS:Jack Daniel's Single Barrel 100 Proof

Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel 100 Proof

Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel 100 Proof is the soul of Old No.7, with that extra touch of robustness.

 TAGS:Jack Daniel's Gold Nº 27

Jack Daniel’s Gold Nº 27

Jack Daniel’s Gold No. 27 undergoes a double filtration in saccharine maple charcoal, which gives the distillate its characteristic sweet notes. The amber colour is due to the double ageing in barrels: the first takes place in classic American white oak barrels charred on the inside; the second in maple barrels.

 TAGS:Jack Daniel's Gentleman Jack

Jack Daniel’s Gentleman Jack

During its elaboration process, Jack Daniel’s Gentleman Jack undergoes a second charcoal mellowing for exceptional smoothness.

Translated from Karin Mosca’s orignal text by Chelsea Cummings.

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