Barbecue your way through our range of tasty BBQ seasonings: Smoky Paprika, Smoky Salt, Rub me Tender, Steak That and Fish & Chicks!
As soon as the last traces of winter have disappeared and the first rays of sunshine touch the ground, our imagination runs wild. We are thinking juicy steaks, smoky vegetables, spicy sauces and hot BBQ coal. Do you feel the same? We love barbecuing!
All you need is your friends and family, a barbecue spot and a six-pack, a SONNENTOR-type six-pack! Enjoy the summer with our six irresistible BBQ seasonings that leave nothing to be desired.
A six-pack for barbecuing
Barbecue your way through our range of tasty BBQ seasonings: Smoky Paprika, Smoky Salt, Rub me Tender, Steak That, Holy Veggie and Fish & Chicks. Available individually or in a handy six-pack.
Vegetables are your thing? Holy Veggie makes vegetables the center of attention of every barbecue. The special aromas of ramsons and seaweed quickly turn the supposed side dish into the main act. Mix with oil and brush onto vegetables then fire up the BBQ!
Steak cooked on charcoal deserves a very special seasoning. It needs to be uncomplicated and aromatic like the meat itself. This delightful mixture features rosemary and sun-dried tomatoes. Simply mix it with oil and brush it on the meat before and after grilling. Rest steak briefly before serving.
Fish & Chicks
This fresh mix is equally suitable for poultry and fish. Lemon and pepper add fine heat and full-bodied fruit to the tender meat. Simply rub it on your BBQ food and your food is ready to go on the BBQ.
Rub me Tender
If smoking and barbecuing are your thing then this rub is for you. Carefully rub this mixture with juniper onto the meat and leave it to marinate for a couple of hours. Cook on indirect heat to make the steak deliciously juicy and succulent . The seasoning is also ideal for marinades with honey and soy sauce for delicious and tender meat.
Smoky Paprika has the perfect smoky aromas that every barbecue marinade need. Steaks and other BBQ goodies relish in the delicately smoky paprika nuances. Combine paprika with oil and spices, baste it onto your BBQ foods and leave them to marinate for at least an hour. Paprika burns very quickly and turns bitter. Make sure you keep an eye on the temperature of your BBQ and cook food only on indirect heat.
Our smoked sea salt is a BBQ hero! Smoked with beech smoke, its delicate aroma and smoky spice ensure true taste explosions on your food. It is best sprinkled on food after cooking.