These sauces have a kick. Originating in Jamaica, jerk cooking involves seasoning meat and fish with a sauce made of a combination of hot peppers, thyme, spices, garlic, and onions.
The varieties of Sweet Banana, Spicy Pineapple, and the original Rasta Sauce jerk ketchup are uniquely influenced by the original variations that have traditionally been homemade. The design was influenced by the Rastafarian culture, bold Jamaican colors, and incorporates hand-lettered typography to give it an authentic, edgy look. The name Rasta Charqui comes from a combination of the Jamaican ‘Rasta’farian culture with the original word for jerk being ‘charqui’.