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Unread 04-26-2013, 05:45 AM   #1
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Default Anyone familiar with Tango Spice rub?

Was wondering if anyone else has used them before? I would like to try their Midnight Expresso rub but wanted to get some input?
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Unread 04-26-2013, 06:29 AM   #2
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Here's a link in case anyone is interested...

http://www.tangospice.com/Tango_Spic...y/Welcome.html

I've never heard of them but they have some interesting sounding rubs.

Dizzy Pig's Redeye Express is an excellent coffee-based rub.

http://www.dizzypigbbq.com/
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Here's a link in case anyone is interested...

http://www.tangospice.com/Tango_Spic...y/Welcome.html

I've never heard of them but they have some interesting sounding rubs.

Dizzy Pig's Redeye Express is an excellent coffee-based rub.

http://www.dizzypigbbq.com/
Thank you Ron! I was looking on YouTube to get some ideas on cooking my dry aged rib roast and saw a video with their rub in it. They do have some very nice sounding rubs, just figured I'd give the ole brethren a holler and get some input.

Ill check out the redeye express thank you.
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Unread 04-26-2013, 07:06 AM   #4
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The Tango Spice guy is a Long Island Brethren, http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/member.php?u=23738


He's a great guy. (Duh, well of course, he's a Brethren!)

I'd shoot him a PM here with any questions, or give him a call (his number is on his website).

I have a couple of his products, and enjoy them. I don't use them in comps, but do enjoy them in other creations.

Oh, and he sure can cook some great chili!
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Tango Joe is a great guy and the products are very good. Joe was recently recruited by me and Brian to become a member of Ma's Que Crew and helps out tremendously. Feel free to contact him via his website, I am sure you will enjoy. As Tim says, he is a brethren to boot.
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Thanks guys! Just bought a bunch of rubs
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I was gifted a bottle of the Midnight Espresso, I really like it on steaks & ribeye roasts.
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I see that I am a day late to this spice party, thanks Tim for the heads up.
Marauderrt, thank you for your interest, if you have any questions feel free to hit me up. Glad you got fixed up with some rubs in the meantime.
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Tango Joe is a great guy and the products are very good. Joe was recently recruited by me and Brian to become a member of Ma's Que Crew and helps out tremendously. Feel free to contact him via his website, I am sure you will enjoy. As Tim says, he is a brethren to boot.
Wes, it's been a blast to be part of the team!
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Tango rubs... Woooo!
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Highly recommend anything by Tango. Midnight Espresso is great, and I worship Tango Verde and Southwest Sunset, all are great. A new spicy Italian is coming out soon, Rome Is Burning..stoked for that one!!
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