This beef jerky sweet talks with its brown sugar undertones, turns up the flavor with sesame and ginger and gets us all fired up with chiles. And did we mention it's made with organic beef and spices? The gentlemen jerky makers are so confident in the authentic Korean BBQ flavor of this jerky, they named it Sinsa, after a neighborhood in Seoul packed with great barbecue spots. You'll want to eat the whole bag. Just don’t eat the floss that’s included.
OMG I love biltong...i had my initial taste on my 1st trip to S.Africa, biltong is similar to jerky but thats where the comparison ends...makes you want to slap beef jerky makers...on my way to ordering