Your 💾 Database Of The Best And Worst Gifts For Every Occasion
Food & DrinkGourmet Foodsbachans variety pack japanese barbecue sauce
Bachan's Variety Pack Japanese Barbecue Sauce
Product image 1

Bachan's Variety Pack Japanese Barbecue Sauce

headshot of Franklin the Robot
Franklin’s Analysis of All User Reviews:
info circle icon
> Cherished by some, still a hidden treasure

Experience the authentic flavors of Japan with Bachan's Variety Pack of Japanese Barbecue Sauce. This pack includes four distinct flavors: Original, Hot and Spicy, Yuzu, and Miso. Perfect for enhancing your dishes, be it wings, chicken, beef, pork, seafood, or noodles. Bachan's BBQ Sauce is Non-GMO, Vegan, and free from preservatives and BPA. Taste the tradition with Bachan's Original, Hot, Yuzu, and Miso BBQ sauces.

> theGiftDB score:
info circle icon
13182 Reviews
> theGiftDB affiliates:
info circle icon
info circle icon
4out of 5

> theGiftDB user score:
headshot of Franklin the RobotBEEP! BOOP!
>> No User Submitted Scores For This Product Yet!

Manufacturer: Bachan's

Variants: Yuzu, Gluten Free, Original + Yuzu, Original + Hot + Miso, Original + Miso, Hot and Spicy, Original + Hot + Yuzu, 2 Original + 2 Hot, Original + Hot + Yuzu + Miso, Original + Hot, Original

Flavor: Original + Hot + Yuzu + Miso

Brand: Bachan's

Package Information: Bottle

Specialty: Non GMO

Package Weight: 2.06 Kilograms

theGiftDB score for this product was calculated from:

Only Amazon Reviews

note: we are actively working to add additional product affiliates and their reviews to improve this score

Product Review Details

4out of 5

13182 reviews

5 Star
4 Star
3 Star
2 Star
1 Star

Amazon's Top Reviews

I was introduced to this sauce a while back and have grown to find it very functional and a great addition to many different meals. Great flavor, easy to use and match with many different foods.
December 02, 2023
5out of 5
I originally bought this because it was #1 in bbq sauces although I knew it wasn’t a typical bbq sauce. It arrived here a few days ago, I have used it at least four times since then. It is excellent on rice, mashed potatoes, I even used in on some potato soup that was homemade but a bit bland, was wonderful! I have already added more to my next Amazon purchase. If you like things like teriyaki sauce, you will love this!
December 05, 2023
5out of 5
All I can say is try the sauce and you will be amazed, you can make some great tasting Chinese food at home
November 04, 2023
5out of 5
This was a surprise in every good way possible. I loved how sweet and savory and tangy it had a little bit of heat but not to the point where it would be too much. I can serve this barbecue sauce to my entire family and not have to worry about it being too bland for some or too spicy for others. It was just an all around, really great barbecue sauce. That is now going to be a staple in my home.
November 20, 2023
5out of 5
This Japanese BBQ sauce is fantastic, not what you would expect due to the name BBQ in it but it is amazing! It’s an amazing sauce when glazed on the grill with chicken!
October 25, 2023
3out of 5
It's more like a marinating sauce and the one that I used was the barbecue and it was too salty. I do not like the flavor for me. I'm not use the other two bottles but I know I will not be using the barbecue again.
December 09, 2023
5out of 5
Taste is great for stir-fry.
4out of 5
Ginger overtones have made for an interesting change from other pungent herb flavors like rosemary or oregano that are usually prevalent in the BBQ sauces I use. This also has a slight tangy after taste, which is again interesting given it isn't tangy in general. It's mostly Savory with a little sweet backing it up. I would say that the thinness and lack of distinguishable chunks of anything in it makes it not a glazing sauce as it will bead right off of hot meat. Rather this is a wet BBQ sauce. Meaning you grill to the point of dry crispy outsides, then use this stuff to rehydrate the outside during the sweat/stand time. That is of course unless one is using it as a main ingredient in a marinade or to thin down a thicker sweeter sauce to preference (an adjuster of sorts). Or even using it as a dipping bbq sauce. Which are all good options. I have pleasantly surprised quite a few people with it. I would say that it goes better with chicken than with pork (having tried it on both but not on beef or fish yet). I use it mostly with drumsticks (just because drumsticks are my favorite). I could see adding some heat to it and using it for hot wings.