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Jay D's Louisiana Barbecue Sauce officially launched its first commercial batch on the 4th of July weekend in 2014. I had been concocting the recipe for a few years as I dabbled in competition barbecue and charity cookouts. 

The first batch of Jay D's Blanc du Bois hit the market in time for Memorial Day 2015. The collaboration with Landry Vineyards is an effort to raise awareness for Louisiana-grown grapes. Each year brings out a new vintage.

For the holidays in 2015, Jay D's Louisiana Molasses Mustard arrived on store shelves. I created this product for the first time on an episode of Food Network Star and after I got the seal of approval from Bobby Flay, I decided that it belonged in a bottle!

In the spring of 2016, Jay D's Spicy & Sweet Barbecue Rub was born. I had the recipe for my dry rub from back when I was creating the sauce, but I wanted to take it one project at a time. 

While I've been drinking coffee for years, I never imagined I'd have my own coffee. That is until I found a source for some really special beans that I knew I had to work with. In October 2016 we launched a small batch of Jay D's Single Origin Coffee, a collaboration with Baton Rouge's Cafeciteaux Coffee Roasters. The entire coffee story is really pretty cool. It's about thinking globally while acting locally. You can read it here.

There's surely more to come, but for now please enjoy our fine products, all of which are crafted in Louisiana! 

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Jay D's Louisiana Barbecue Sauce


Jay D's Louisiana Barbecue Sauce


Jay Ducote's Louisiana Barbecue Sauce maintains the South’s barbecue tradition while delivering a combination of flavors that can only be found in Louisiana. Its rich tomato backbone is sweetened with cane syrup and brown sugar… you won’t find any high fructose corn syrup here. A blend of Louisiana spices packs heat and flavor with cayenne, Creole mustard, Cajun hot sauce, chili powder, paprika, thyme, onion, garlic, and more. For a little extra zest, the sauce acquires a hint of acidity on top of the tomatoes from lemon juice and apple cider vinegar. All in all, eighteen different ingredients and products are masterfully blended together to create Jay Ducote's Louisiana Barbecue Sauce. The combination of sweet and spicy flavors will leave you wondering how many dishes you can add it to.
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Jay D's Louisiana Molasses Mustard


Jay D's Louisiana Molasses Mustard


Jay Ducote’s Louisiana Molasses Mustard presents a bold blend of Louisiana sugar cane molasses and mustard with just a touch of heat from cayenne and jalapeño. This sweet, tangy, slightly spicy take on traditional honey mustard represents a Louisiana twist on a classic. It’s ideal for dipping, marinating, dressing salads and sandwiches or brushing on the grill. Use it to add a little zing to vegetables, chicken, pork, seafood and more. The possibilities are endless. You’ll be wondering where Jay D’s Louisiana Molasses Mustard has been all your life! Jay D's Molasses Mustard also won a 2016 Southern Living Food Award under the category Spreads, Dips, and Condiments.
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Jay D's Spicy & Sweet Barbecue Rub


Jay D's Spicy & Sweet Barbecue Rub


Jay D's Spicy and Sweet Barbecue Rub is ideal for many seasoning needs, especially smoked meat. The rub works brilliantly on anything, from chicken and ribs to pulled pork and brisket. It also doubles as a season-all for shrimp, scallops, and fish. Even toss it on veggies! The dry rub is a well-curated blend of granulated brown sugar, smoked paprika, chili powders, kosher salt, coarse black pepper, onion, garlic, and more. It brings a little taste of Louisiana and a bold barbecue flavor!
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Jay D's Blanc Du Bois


Jay D's Blanc Du Bois


Jay earns a living eating and drinking his way around Louisiana and across the globe. Throughout his gastronomic adventures he stumbled upon a superb grape grown by Landry Vineyards called Blanc du Bois. Jay collaborated with Jeff Landry to hand craft his own small batch of Blanc du Bois. The European/American hybrid white wine grape boasts crisp fruit forward flavors of peach and pear with a sultry honeysuckle aroma to perfect pair with Louisiana's famous cuisine.
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Jay D's Single Origin Coffee


Jay D's Single Origin Coffee


Jay D's Single Origin Coffee is sourced from the mountains around El Naranjito in the Dominican Republic. The coffee plants are shade-grown and the farms are transitioning to organic certification. The raw beans are imported into the United States through direct trade which allows the farmers to make enough money to reinvest in the land and farming practices. After arriving in Baton Rouge, they are roasted at Cafeciteaux Coffee Roasters to a medium finish. The result is the authentic flavor of Dominican coffee. Milk chocolate and nutmeg round out a very unique coffee with hints of fig fruitiness. Other flavors that have been suggested are citrus, toffee, creme brulee, and hot toddy.

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WHERE TO FIND US


WHERE TO FIND US


 

WHERE TO FIND US

 

WHOLESALE:

To order directly from us or for other inquiries, contact Jay Ducote (jay@biteandbooze.com) and Chuck P (chuckp@biteandbooze.com).

Perrone and Sons, Metairie, LA

To order Jay D's Blanc du Bois, contact your Republic National Distribution Company sales rep.