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Nearly a century in the making....

Texas BBQ Sauce

Original

central texas' oldest bbq sauce

Bold and thick…a little black pepper and apple cider vinegar. Just what you would expect from a "true" Texas BBQ sauce. Central Texas’ oldest BBQ sauce.

5/5
INGREDIENTS:  ketchup (tomato concentrate made from red ripe tomatoes, distilled vinegar, sugar, salt, spice, onion powder, natural flavoring), apple cider vinegar, sugar, worcestershire sauce (distilled vinegar, molasses, corn syrup, water, salt, caramel  color, garlic powder, sugar, spices, tamarind, natural  flavor), water, ancho peppers, spices, butter (cream, natural flavoring), lemon juice, mustard flour, salt, garlic  powder. Contains Milk.

Smoke

smoked ancho chilies

A unique blend of premium spices with smoked Ancho chilies…creating the perfect smoke flavor.

5/5
INGREDIENTS:  ketchup  (tomato concentrate made from red ripe tomatoes, distilled vinegar, sugar, salt, spice, onion powder, natural flavoring), apple cider vinegar, sugar, worcestershire sauce (distilled vinegar, molasses, corn syrup, water, salt, caramel  color, garlic powder, sugar, spices, tamarind, natural flavor), water, smoked  ancho peppers, spices, butter (cream, natural flavoring),  lemon juice, mustard flour, salt, garlic powder. Contains Milk.

Texas BBQ sauce
Texas BBQ sauce

Heat

smoked ancho chilies + cayenne pepper

Our Smoke with added cayenne pepper, creating the perfect medium level heat.

5/5
INGREDIENTS:  ketchup  (tomato concentrate made from red ripe tomatoes, distilled vinegar, sugar, salt, spice, onion powder, natural flavoring), apple cider vinegar, sugar, worcestershire sauce (distilled vinegar, molasses, corn syrup, water, salt, caramel  color, garlic powder, sugar, spices, tamarind, natural flavor), water, smoked ancho peppers, spices, butter (cream, natural flavoring), lemon juice, mustard flour, salt, cayenne  pepper, garlic powder. Contains Milk.

 

Sweet Onion

original sauce + sweet onion

Our Original flavor BBQ sauce with the perfect amount of sweet onion.

5/5
INGREDIENTS:  ketchup  (tomato concentrate made from red ripe tomatoes, distilled vinegar, sugar, salt, spice, onion powder, natural flavoring), apple cider vinegar, sugar, worcestershire sauce (distilled vinegar, molasses, corn syrup, water, salt, caramel color, garlic powder, sugar, spices, tamarind, natural flavor), water, sweet onion, ancho peppers,  spices, butter (cream, natural flavoring),  lemon juice, mustard flour, salt, garlic powder. Contains Milk.

texas bbq sauce

Bloody Mary

A thick, bold, full-body flavor that won't water down in your glass.

World Class

London spirits competition - SIP Awards - Cigar & Spirits Magazine - USA Trade Tasting -
Bartender Spirits Awards - Bloody Mary Fest - Drunken Tomato
setting the "new standard of excellence" in the industry!
London Spirit Award
gold award Cigar & Spirits
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SIP Awards
1934 Award
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Bartender Awards
gold award Cigar & Spirits
SIP Awards
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1934 Bloody Mary premium Mix

A thick bold full-body flavor that won't water down in your glass. Our 1934 Handcrafted small batch Bloody Mary mix is made with a unique blend of quality ingredients providing superior world class taste.

Setting the "new standard of excellence" in the industry!

5/5
INGREDIENTS:   tomato sauce (tomato Puree [water, tomato paste], salt, sugar, citric acid, garlic powder, onion powder spices), water, ketchup (tomato concentrate made from red ripe tomatoes, distilled vinegar, sugar, salt, spice, onion powder, natural flavoring), vegetable blend (water, concentrated vegetable juices [carrot, onion, celery, celeriac, cabbage], contains less than 2% of salt, sugar,  yeast extract, dextrose, vegetables [carrots, onions, celery], potato flour, disodium inosinate, disodium guanylate, citric acid, natural flavoring, onions, celery, dehydrated carrots), apple cider vinegar,  celery salt,  lemon juice, sugar, Worcestershire sauce (distilled vinegar, molasses, corn syrup, water, salt, caramel  color,  garlic powder, sugar, spices, tamarind, natural flavor), smoked  ancho peppers, butter (cream,  natural flavoring), salt, spices, mustard flour, garlic powder. Contains Milk.

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our history

It began nearly a century ago...

1934 Waco, Texas…
A simpler time… Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys were creating Country music. It was a time of experimentation in Central Texas Barbecuing…… perfecting the art of smoking meat low and slow to provide the tender smoke flavored meats we all enjoy today. My grandfather, a member of a non-profit organization in Waco in need of money created our 1934OriginalBBQ Sauce for a fundraising event. The event was so successful our sauce was served to tens of thousands of Texans over the next six decades, but the sauce was never sold till now.

Today we pay homage to those pioneers that taught us the craft of spending long hours stoking a fire to keep it at just the right temperature….. Waiting for the perfect time to pull the meat from the smoker and enjoy the day’s long hours of patience for the moment at hand.

Holding firm to our roots, our sauces are made today the same as our “Original” sauce was made nearly a century ago, with natural ingredients. 

 

1934 is “true” Texas BBQ sauce!
Your money, time and efforts deserve better…raise your barbecuing standards with 1934 BBQ Sauce.

Some say it was meant to be…

The first Bloody Mary drink served in the US was in New York City in 1934. So it is fitting that our company 1934, created 1934 Bloody Mary Premium Mix. And like our BBQ Sauces, we didn’t create just “another” Bloody Mary mix.

A few months after opening our business we were asked if some of the spices we use in our BBQ sauces could “kick” up a Bloody Mary?

We figured why not try… we made our mix and it tasted pretty good to us. We wanted to learn what others thought of it so we entered our mix into the Bloody Mary Fest competition in Dallas/Ft. Worth. Our mix won the People’s Choice Award -1st Place beating out every bar and restaurant in the DFW metroplex.

With this success we decided to enter our mix into the World’s most prestigious competitions in 2018 and won them all! We entered our mix in these competitions again in 2019… and won again! Today our Bloody Mary mix continues to win competitions in 2020.

Our mix has won worldwide accolades for its Superior Taste and Quality Ingredients!

To all those who believe “Originals” are sometimes better than what comes after… and want to enjoy great food like it was nearly a century ago, then try our products and experience the taste Original Texans did in 1934.


Here’s to sauce stains on your boots!

Buy Our Products

Alabama

Athens
UG White Mercantile – 101 North Jefferson Street


Connecticut

New Haven
Provisions on State – 186 Willow Street

Florida

Blue Ridge
Spice of the Harbor– 


Georgia

Blue Ridge
Chester’s Provisions– 733 East Main Street

Kansas

Great Bend
Truly Yours Gift & Flower Shoppe2017 Lakin Ave


Indiana

Nashville
Nashville Spice Company227 South Van Buren Street Suite A


Iowa

Osceola
Harvest Barn Marketplace– 2721 US Hwy 34


Michigan

Petoskey
Symons General Store – 401 E. Lake St.


Missouri

Rock Port
Burlap & Bows – 200 N Main


Nebraska

Lincoln
Robidoux Inc.455 West South Street


New Jersey

Chester
Comfortably Chic– 47 MainSt.


New York

Point Lookout
The Food Mill– 40 Lido Blvd.
Tusten
Narrowsburg Proper– 44 Main St.


Ohio

Toledo
Bulk Beverage Co.3314 Secor
St. Mary’s
Miami & Erie Trading Co.– 209 S. Main Street

Oklahoma

Beggs
The Crooked Shed Homestead8795 N 220 Rd


Pennsylvania

Dublin
The Craftery– Makers Vintage + Homemade– 123 Main St.
Uniontown
Crown Antique Mall– 1710 Mall Run Road


South Carolina

Abbevile
Urban2Country– 102E Picken St.


Texas

Buda
Los Olivos – 306 S Main Street Suite 104
Cedar Park
Gas Logs Express
– 200 S. Bell
Fairfield
Coles BBQ and Country Store
127 Farm to Market 27
Georgetown
Tejas Meat Supply
– 101 East 7th Street
Justin
Texas Patina
– 401 N Sealy Ave.
Lago Vista
Lakeside Wine & Spirits
– 7708 Lohman Ford Rd.
McKinney
Jose’s Hamm’s
– 307 W Louisiana St.
Round Rock
Good Stock by Nolan Ryan 3800 East Palm Valley Blvd 110
San Antonio
Smoke Shack Meat Market – 3710 Broadway
Sealy
Patches by Smith & Co.
224 Fowlkes Street
Stonewall
Hye Rum Distillery
– 11247 US-290
Vernon
The Green Door
– 11247 US-290
Waco
Waco Custom Market Place
– 325 Lake Air Drive
Whichita Falls
Butchers Meats
– 2013 Kemp Blvd
Wimberley
Los Olivos – 13904 Ranch Road 12

Utah

Mountain Lake Terrace
Double DD Meats– 5602 232nd St SW Ste 104

Washington

Mountain Lake Terrace
Double DD Meats5602 232nd St SW Ste 104
Wenatchee
D’ Olivo7 N. Worthern St W-1


Wisconsin

New London
Old Country Store AntiquesE6690 Hwy 54


Wyoming

Sheridan
Verdello Olive Oil & Fine Foods82801690 Hwy 54


Virginia

Leesburg
Green Mansions– 525 E Market St.

Arkansas

Conway
Myers Mercantile – 1022 Oak Street
White Oak Station Pinnacle Market– 2000 South Promenade Boulevard


California

Palm Springs
On the Mark Fine Foods and Provisions– 111 N. Palm Canyon Dr.


Georgia

Blue Ridge
Chester’s Provisions– 733 East Main StreetBlue Ridge


Iowa

Osceola
Harvest Barn Marketplace – 2721 US Hwy 34


Louisiana

Cuban Liquor & Wine928 Pierremont Road


Mississippi

Greenville
Montage Marketplace
– 3227 US82


Missouri

Rock Port
Burlap & Bows – 200 N Main


Nebraska

Lincoln
Robidoux Inc.455 West South Street


New York

Point Lookout
The Food Mill– 40 Lido Blvd.
Tusten
Narrowsburg Proper– 44 Main St.


Ohio

Loveland
Trailside Provisions– 6551 Clearfield Court


Oklahoma

Beggs
The Crooked Shed Homestead8795 N 220 Rd


Oregon

Gleneden Beach
Coffee and Cravings– 7775 N Highway 101


South Carolina

Abbevile
Urban2Country 102E Picken St.
Kingstree
The Kings Tree Merchants Market134 Hampton Avenue


South Dakota

Sioux Falls
Looks Meat Marke
t– 500 e 69th st


Texas

Arlington
Raymond’s Liquor
– 8111 US 287 Frontage Rd
Austin
Avery Ranch Wine & Spirits
– 10510 West Parmer Lane
South Lamar Wine & Spirits – 2418 s. Lamar
Comanchee
The Liquor Store
– 1009 E. Central Ave.
Center
Piney Woods Beverage
– 803 Hurst
Dalhart
BWhimsy
Fairfield
Coles BBQ and Country Store
127 Farm to Market 27
Georgetown
Tejas Meat Supply
– 101 East 7th Street
Hudson Oaks
Schrick’s Liquor Too
– 2801 Fort Worth Hwy
Justin
Texas Patina
– 401 N Sealy Ave.
Lago Vista
Lakeside Wine & Spirits – 7705 Lohman Ford Rd.
Round Rock
Good Stock by Nolan Ryan 3800 East Palm Valley Blvd 110
Sealy
Patches by Smith & Co.
224 Fowlkes Street
Stonewall
Hye Rum Distillery
– 11247 US-290
San Antonio
Smoke Shack Meat Market
– 3710 Broadway
Waco
Waco Custom Market Place
– 325 Lake Air Dr.
Whichita Falls
Butchers Meats
– 2013 Kemp Blvd
Wimberley
Los Olivos
– 13904 Ranch Rd 12


Utah

Park City
Liquor Essentials1612 West Ute Boulevard 107

 

Washington

Mountain Lake Terrace
Double DD Meats5602 232nd St SW Ste 104

Wisconsin

New London
Old Country Store AntiquesE6690 Hwy 54

 

Wyoming

Sheridan
Verdello Olive Oil & Fine Foods82801690 Hwy 54
BBQ 
Our BBQ sauces are great on chicken, beef, pork and fish.
Add BBQ sauce to scrambled eggs, chicken wings, put some in your queso, add to chili.
Making pizza at home…replace the tomato sauce with BBQ sauce, add smoked chicken and your favorite ingredients.
When smoking meats… add some sauce to a pan of beans and place the pan in your smoker. The smoke and BBQ sauce will enhance the flavor of your beans.
Add sauce to your cocktail wieners.
Mix sauce with pasta and add grilled chicken, shrimp, vegetables or tofu.
BBQ sauce meatballs cooked in a slow cooker.
Make a batch of nachos add chicken or beef and add BBQ sauce.
Customers are using our BBQ sauces on steaks.
Marinate meat with our BBQ sauce before cooking.
Want to spice up your rice? Add some sauce to the water when cooking.
Our sauce is so good, you can just dip bread in it and enjoy.
 
Bloody Mary
Our Bloody Mary mix makes one of the best Bloody Mary drinks you will ever taste!
Mix with Vodka (Bloody Mary)
Mix with clear Rum (Bloody Pirate)
Mix with Gin (Red Snapper)
Mix with Tequila (Bloody Maria).
Michelada – add 1 – 2 ounces of our Bloody Mary mix to your favorite beer to make a fabulous Michelada!
Some call it a “Michelada”,  “Red Beer” or “Red Eye” whatever you choose to call it…it’s tasty.
Our Bloody Mary mix can  be used to spice up foods…

Marinate meat balls, or add to your your spaghetti or marinara sauce to give it a “kick”.

Try some on your meatloaf. 

Marinate vegetable skewers in our mix before grilling.

Add some mix to your crock pot for spicing up venison or chicken.
Kick up tomato soup, make Gazpacho, or use some to spice up a dip.
Making queso…add some mix and kick it up a notch!
Oyster shooters! (AWESOME)
Pour some mix into a shot glass and add a raw oyster…..amazing!
You can add alcohol (vodka, tequila, rum to the mix if you choose. You can even use our mix as the base for your cocktail sauce.
There are numerous ways to use our products to enhance the flavors of the foods you love.

Experiment yourself and share your recipes with us.
 
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In Waco…

Our  “Original” bbq sauce was created.
Bob Wills & The Texas Playboys started making country music.
Cab Calloway played the Cotton Club.
The Aggies and Bears were playing football…

Across the country –

John Dillinger, Pretty Boy Floyd, Baby Face Nelson and Bonnie and Clyde all met their fate.
Al Capone goes to Alcatraz.
The Loch Ness Monster is spotted for the first time.
Gold was $20.67 per oz.
Average Cost of new house $5,970.00
Average wage per year $1,600.00.
Gallon of gas cost 10 cents.
You could rent a house for $20.00 /mo.
A loaf of bread was 8 cents., a lb. of hamburger meat was 12 cents.
Donald Duck first appeared.
Shirley Temple made her 1st movie, “Stand Up and Cheer”.
Flash Gordon” comic strip debuts.
Ritz crackers introduced.
St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Detroit Tigers to win the World Series.
The New York Football Giants were the NFL Champions.
Chicago Black Hawks won the Stanley Cup.
Minnesota (8-0-0) were the NCAA Football Champions.
The 1st Masters golf championship began at Augusta.
The Chicago Bears beat the Detroit Lions in the 1st nationally broadcast NFL game.
The National League voted to permit night baseball.
The Dust Bowl…
 
 

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Some of the wonderful people we have met at events.

customer reviews

"The best Bloody Mary on the planet."
Pete
Texas
"The best sauce I've ever tasted."
Rob
Texas
"Truly one of the best BBQ sauces on the market. And their Bloody Mary mix compares to no other... this company has it going on.
Jim
Texas
"Amazing....OMG!I could drink this mix everyday."
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Jennifer
California
"I tried their BBQ sauce at a grilling store in Colorado... SOLD! I found my sauce for life."
Jason
Colorado
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