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Grilling Spices & BBQ Rubs

Great grilling starts with the best grill seasonings, BBQ spices and meat rubs. Whether you're searching for the best grilling spices for burgers, or the best seasonings for chicken, steak, or seafood, we've got you covered. Looking for more of a low-and-slow BBQ? From sweet and smoky BBQ sauce flavors to spices for pork and dry rubs for ribs, our collection of grilling blends will help make you a champion in your own backyard or cookout. 

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  • Great Plains Bison Beef Rub
    Great Plains Bison Beef Rub

    Great Plains Bison & Beef Rub

    Great Plains Bison & Beef Rub with coffee, coriander and fennel is best for seasoning bison burgers, bison steak and a Cowboy cut of beef. Whil...

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  • Peruvian Chile Lime Seasoning

    Our version of chili lime seasoning features the Peruvian aji amarillo (yellow chili pepper). Inspired by Peruvian spices, this chili lime seasonin...

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  • Mt. Evans
    Mt. Evans

    Mt. Evans Butcher's Rub

    Mt. Evans is the tallest mountain in Colorado that you can drive to the top of. At its peak, you can view the spectacular rugged terrain of the Roc...

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  • Sweet Jerk Barbecue Sauce

    Get 10% off the purchase of any 3 Barbecue Sauces - mix & match your favorites! Our Sweet Jerk BBQ sauce is a small-batch barbecue sauce that b...

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  • Pearl St. Salmon Rub
    Pearl St. Salmon Rub

    Pearl St. Plank Salmon Rub

    We call our Pearl St. Plank Salmon Rub a cedar plank seasoning, because we made it with a cedar plank grilled salmon recipe in mind. This salmon se...

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  • Cantonese BBQ Pork Rub jar

    Cantonese BBQ Pork Rub

    Inspired by the traditional flavors of Cantonese char siu, this Chinese BBQ spice mix is good for so much more than Cantonese BBQ pork. Use as a dr...

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  • Red Rocks
    Red Rocks

    Red Rocks Hickory Smoke Seasoning

    Red Rocks Hickory Smoke Seasoning is a hickory smoked seasoning best used on your favorite cuts of red meat. Rub this hickory seasoning all over th...

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  • Park Hill Maple Spice
    Park Hill Maple Spice

    Park Hill Maple & Spice

    The beautiful tree-lined streets of Denver's Park Hill take you back to the neighborhoods of old. This salt-free seasoning’s main ingredient is an ...

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  • Cherry Creek Seafood Seasoning
    Cherry Creek Seafood Seasoning

    Cherry Creek Seafood Seasoning

    Cherry Creek Seafood Seasoning is our take on traditional lemon & pepper seafood spices, with added sweetness and dill-forward herbal flavor. A...

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  • Georgia Boys All Purpose Rub

    Georgia Boys All-Purpose BBQ Rub

    Get the Georgia BBQ taste in any state with this all-purpose barbeque rub! Georgia Boys All-Purpose BBQ Rub is good on anything you want to 'cue. T...

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  • Longs Peak Pork Chop Spice
    Longs Peak Pork Chop Spice

    Longs Peak Pork Chop Spice

    Longs Peak Pork Chop Spice is a handcrafted blend of good pork chop seasoning, complete with both smoky aromas and flavors. Use this salt-based por...

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  • Cue Glue

    'Cue Glue is a meat binder that's exclusive to Savory Spice. This "BBQ glue" helps stick your spices & seasonings to your grilled meats. As a b...

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More Information

What are the best grilling spices & rubs?

A good butcher's rub with salt & pepper, garlic, onion and dried herbs is incredibly versatile, which makes it one of the best grilling spices to have on hand. It's a coarse blend and will not "cook off" during grilling, no matter what type of meat you have on the grill. Smoky, salty, and peppery rubs & blends are also classic grilling flavors. Spices for grilling need to stand up to high heat. We recommend peppery Pikes Peak Butcher's Rub, coffee-based Great Plains Bison & Beef Rub, classic Flat Irons Prime Rib Rub, Hudson Bay Beef Spice (our version of a Montreal-style steak rub), or our salt-free dry rub, Mt. Evans Butcher's Rub.

What is the best BBQ seasoning?

The best BBQ seasonings include salt & pepper, sugar, paprika, garlic, onion, mustard powder, chili powder, oregano and cumin – it just depends whether you're into smoky, sweet, peppery or spicy barbecue flavors. Because traditional barbecue is low & slow, you don't have to worry about sugar-based rubs tasting burnt. We have a variety of dry rub blends inspired by classic BBQ styles and flavors, like Georgia Boys All-Purpose BBQ Rub, TSM BBQ Chicken Rub, and Santa Maria Sea Salted BBQ Rub. One of our more unique flavors, Park Hill Maple & Spice, is aromatic and good on pork, salmon, and root veggies. 

What are the best seasonings & spices for smoking meat?

Salt & pepper, brown sugar, garlic, onion, paprika, and chili powder are some of the best spices to use when smoking your meat. You can blend your own but we also have a great selection of pre-mixed BBQ rubs. Our Red Rocks Hickory Smoke Seasoning is sweet, smoky and salty – making it great on beef, chicken, and more. To amp up the the smoke flavor, we also love Black Label Reserve Smoked Salt & Pepper, Alderwood Smoked Sea Salt and Whiskey Barrel Smoked Black Pepper.

Should you put spices on before or after grilling?

The short answer: both! Grilling spices add flavor, but they can also "cook off," reducing the impact. One of the best ways to maximize your flavors is to season before grilling, as well as during (like a glaze or mop), or after grilling (with sauces and finishing salts). An easy tip for knowing how long to season before grilling is to season your protein when you pull it out of the refrigerator. It's best to let the protein come to room temperature before putting it on the grill and that's an ideal way to help your seasoning form a flavorful crust on your meat.