Jerky - the oldest snack in the world
The history of jerky began thousands of years ago with the need to preserve meat. Already the indigenous peoples of South America ate jerky made of lama, goat or game meat. So "Jerky" is derived from the Quechua word for dried meat "Charki". The Indians of North America made Pemmikan from dried buffalo meat, which was especially popular among settlers, cowboys and miners.
Jerky is the international term for dried meat, but there are different terms for it all over the world. For example, in South Africa and Namibia you snack Biltong, in South America Charquí, in Turkey Pastırma and in Portugal Carne Seca. And in Germany? Of course only Black Forest Jerky!
● 100% Handmade
● Sustainable production by the CBO (Chief Beef Officer) Christian Rückert
● Carefully selected regional ingredients
● unmistakable smoke aroma from Black Forest woods
● Best meat quality (German cattle)
● unique taste and a lot of love for the homeland
● no unnecessary additives like flavour enhancers, colourings or preservatives
● Top nutritional values: high protein (>60%), low carb, low fat
The production process
With the "Black Forest" interpretation of Beef Jerky, Black Forest BBQ carries its love of its homeland out into the world and integrates traditional craftsmanship into the production process of a modern trend product.
After marinating, they dry the meat for 7 hours at 50°C. For the special taste they add a touch of cold smoke from Black Forest woods at the end. Then we cut the jerky by hand into bite-sized pieces and pack it in resealable kraft paper bags.
Black Forest Jerky is available in 7 delicious varieties.
● Classic BBQ (beef): BBQ marinade with sea salt and aceto balsamico
● Magic Mustard (beef): BBQ mustard marinade, nutmeg, caraway. Topping with Dijon mustard seeds
● Dazzling Blonde (beef): Craft-beer marinade, topping with white sesame
● Supreme Pepper (beef): marinade of colored pepper, topping with crushed peppercorns
● Nicey Spicey (beef): chili pepper marinade, topping with ground chili flakes
● Habanero Fuego (beef): Habanero jalapeno marinade, topping with jalapeno lime flakes
● Kreuzberg Kurry (pork): tomato curry marinade