Righteous Felon Craft Beef Jerky
In the ensuing years, we've learned that Maryland does another thing very well aside from just crab cakes and football: Dousing everything in site with a heavy dose of a piquant spice blend seasoning synonymous with the Chesapeake region, known as Old Bay. While Chesapeake Crab Spice isn't widely known to the rest of the country, this stuff is basically canon in Maryland and the rest of the Mid-Atlantic states. And for good reason - it's freaking delicious.
The world's first and only truffle-infused beef jerky. This jerky is made by adding real black truffle powder, sourced from Italy, into our O.G. Hickory marinade. The resulting delicacy is a smoky, savory, sweet, earthy "UMAMI BOMB" with just the right dose of truffle to delight the senses and set your taste buds' gearshift into overdrive.
Bourbon Franklin takes Righteous Felon's original recipe and pile drives it with a Fourth-of-July's worth of bourbon, a pinch of vanilla bean, and a whisper of cinnamon. Bourbon Franklin is an homage to the ingenuity of America itself, to reinforce and redefine its founding values - family, friends, flavor, freedom, and the pursuit of (your tongue's) happiness.
Baby Blues BBQ-
Our collaboration with Baby Blues BBQ of University City, Philadelphia, produces a sweet and spicy jerky smothered (and covered) in Baby Blues' Sweet Kick BBQ, their signature house sauce that features a diabolical blend of chipotle, habanero, cayenne, and serrano peppers. When the initial sweetness subsides, delicious heat finishes off this flavor roller coaster ride.
One hundred percent pure jerky from the personal stash of Colombia's most notorious felon himself. Now, that illicit hickory flavor cut with a dose of all-natural Habanero seasoning has a chance to fall into the right hands - yours. A spicy delicacy for those righteous souls who can take the heat.
The Righteous Felon original recipe and sweet, smoky, hickory flavor that started it all. This O.G. classic hit the streets in '96 and the jerky game ain't been the same ever since.
A righteous collaboration jerky with Voodoo Chile Hot Sauces, straight outta Leesburg, Virginia. This jerky features the world's hottest pepper, Carolina Reaper, which clocks in at ~2,000,000 Scoville Units - that's roughly six times as spicy as your everyday habanero pepper (!!). In addition to Carolina Reaper, we've added a hefty dose of toasted garlic and brown sugar to round out the flavor experience (and spare your body).
Darth Garlic Biltong:
Righteous Felon Research & Development Program, this is your father. Or, well, actually, you're the father and this is the son. Whatever, you see what we're trying to do here. Darth Garlic is first graduate from the R&D initiative and represents version 2.0 of our R&D Black Garlic Biltong. We turned up the heavy dose of black garlic to give this amazingly tender meat snack a strong umami flavor. With 32g of protein, 0 grams of sugar, and <1g of carbs per bag, this biltong packs a punch for anyone looking to slim down in the new year without sacrificing on flavor.
Nelson Mandilla Biltong:
Why should potato chips have all the fun of dill pickle flavoring? Behold a truly unique union of South African and American culinary cultures. Nelson Mandilla takes the tried and true method of South African biltong making and infuses it with a blend of dill, black garlic, red wine vinegar, and peppercorn that will change your perspective on life - or at least pickles. With 32g of protein, 0 grams of sugar, and <1g of carbs per bag, this biltong packs a punch for anyone looking to slim down in the new year without sacrificing on flavor.
Ancho Villa Biltong:
Our revolutionary answer to the tradition of using the peri-peri pepper for spicy biltong. Ancho Villa takes the staple Darth Garlic recipe as its base and supercharges it with a spicy blend ancho, chipotle, cayenne, and habanero peppers. With 32g of protein, 0 grams of sugar, and <1g of carbs per bag, this biltong packs a punch for anyone looking to slim down in the new year without compromising on flavor.
Balancing the sweetness of Victory's wort with the dark, espresso-like, roasted notes in their Storm King Imperial Stout and infusing it with just the right amount of black pepper