Red Gum BBQ Sauces Product Review

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When it comes to my steak there is only one way to have it – barely cooked with a raw onion on the side and drenched in butter and Worcestershire sauce.

I like it with a bit of bite so the idea of trying out some sauces from Red Hill BBQ appeals to me. If you look at the panel below this review you can see a description of their signature sauces and I reckon that my taste buds will be happy.

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Red Gum Gold – This sweet and tangy mustard BBQ sauce is perfect for any BBQ meat but is traditionally served with pork.

Red Gum Classic – With a tomato base, tart from apple cider vinegar and bitter sweet from the molasses of brown sugar, this is a classic BBQ sauce.

Red Gum Fire – This sweet and sour BBQ sauce is thin and fiery with heaps of dried cayenne chilli pepper.

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Melissa and Martin Goffin

Melissa and Martin Goffin

A huge new warehouse restaurant offering authentic Aussie-Smoked, American-Style BBQ has opened in Red Hill – by husband and wife duo, Melissa and Martin Goffin. It’s called Red Gum BBQ and although new to Red Hill, it has quite the following already from its years of traveling around to markets and events across the Mornington Peninsula and with a 3×3 marquee and a trailer, winch and Texas offset smoker.

Now, they are in a 900sqm space with multiple, huge smokers within a dedicated Smoke Pit – and the locals are loving it.

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