Reggae Reggae Original Jerk Barbeque Sauce (290g)

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Product information

The creator of Reggae Reggae Original Barbeque Sauce, Levi Roots, says, “Put some music in your food.”

It’s a Caribbean-style BBQ sauce with scotch bonnet chilies, allspice, herbs and is lip-smacking good!

Use as a meat marinade, pulled pork sandwiches or in soups and stews.

Most popular with customers in France, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Sweden, United States of America (USA), Japan, Germany and Australia, but you can buy Reggae Reggae Original Jerk Barbeque Sauce for delivery worldwide.

One of our Levi Roots branded products.

Allergy Advice

Contains Barley, May Contain Nuts, May Contain Peanuts.


Water, Sugar, Barley Malt Vinegar, Concentrated Tomato Paste, Onion Purée, Modified Maize Starch, Red Scotch Bonnet Chilli Purée (1.3%) [Scotch Bonnet Chilli Peppers (1%), Salt, Acid (Acetic Acid)], Garlic Purée, Colour (Plain Caramel), Salt, Ginger Purée, Ground Allspice, Spring Onion, Ground Black Pepper, Black Pepper, Herbs Blend, Paprika, Ground Coriander, Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Dried Basil, Thyme.

Lifestyle / Additives

  • Free From Artificial Colours, Free From Artificial Flavours, Free From Artificial Preservatives.
  • Suitable for Vegans, Suitable for Vegetarians.

Nutritional information

Typical ValuesPer 100g
Energy570kJ / 137kcal
of which saturates0.0g
of which sugars29g

Storage Instructions

  1. Storage Type: Ambient.
  2. Store in a cool dry place. Once opened keep refrigerated and consume within 4 weeks.
  3. Pack Type: Bottle.

Product reviews

5 starsKarl from Luxembourg on

Excellent product and great service! In terms of the taste, it's a proper jerk sauce with a hint of spice they offer a hotter version if you can handle the heat! that goes great either as a marinade for meats or as a side sauce for dipping vegetables or other finger food. One additional tip to try and one of my favorite uses of the sauce.... Homemade pizza sauce! You've probably tried a tomato-based, white sauce or even BBQ based pizza but I'm a huge fan of using this sauce to make a Jerk pizza!

5 starsAntony from France on

We absolutely love this sauce, it's sooo moreish, a shame it's outta stock on here, I'd of bought loads of it !!

5 starsCaterina from France on

If like me you had never heard of Reggae Reggae Sauce or its creator Levi Roots, it's worth Googling it because it's an interesting story. I had a relative bring me over a few bottles of different sauces and they are fantastic. The Reggae Reggae Barbecue Jerk sauce has a fruity spicy flavour, just hot enough to add a kick to whatever you use it on. As the name suggests, it's perfect for barbecues, maybe with some loud reggae music blasting out of a boom box!

5 starsMarc from Netherlands on

You know this is going to taste good as soon as you open the bottle and are hit by the smell. I was surprised by the lack of serious heat considering it's a jerk sauce, but this is more about flavour than chilli and it has it in spades. Not too sweet and not too sour, it has a really nice peppery, spiced caramelised onion taste.

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