Sure, Stonehenge and the Pyramids are impressive...if you like shapes a toddler can draw.
Only American artistry could carve the intricate contours of Mount Rushmore with handfuls of dynamite and elbow grease. Yet, too many take the granite for granted, so we’re bringing the patriotic pilgrimage to you.
Mount Rubsmore honors our homeland heroes with the most noble and satisfying accolade: All-American Seasonings.
George Srirachington: Hail to the Chef
When he wasn’t sending Redcoats packing or raining down destruction upon cherry trees, George Washington was perfecting the zestiest chili spice of the new free world. Even when mass chili consumption melted his teeth, he whittled himself wooden dentures so he could keep snacking down that sweet, spicy goodness.
Thomas Jeffersalmon: Long Tom Silver
President Jefferson solidified his reputation as a devout sea-foodie when he ponied up a cool 15 million to purchase New Orleans, the Seafood Capital of America. Sure, he had to unexpectedly double the size of the country and make a deal with the French, but love and appetite will make a man do crazy things.
Aburgerham Lincoln: The Gettysburger Address
Four score and seven beers ago, our forefathers laid down this great seasoning, conceived in liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all burgers should be tasty. We solemnly dedicate this grill and strongly resolve that these cows shall not have died in vain.
Theodore Roastevelt: The Rub Rider
Teddy Roosevelt preserved over 230 million acres of land because he unabashedly loved animals...especially covered in his signature meat rub. A cattle rancher, taxidermist, and safari hunter, he was famously known to “speak softly and carry a big stick” so he could surprise, hoist, and roast whatever dinner dared cross his path.
In the patriotic cardboard box shown in the product photo (NOT A CRATE). There is a non-zero chance this box was made from recycled early drafts of the Declaration of Independence!
07/19/2016 Kirsten Mount Rubsmore 5
Called me right away laughing (in a good way about it). He used it right away on some porkchops that night. Great and simple idea for father's day. Thanks guys!!
06/25/2016 Brenda Mount Rubsmore 5
I used the Aburgerham Lincoln on ribs. "Best ribs I've ever had," were my husbands words. Slow roasted in the oven and then slicked with bbq sauce- delicious!!!! I needed more and saw it's sold out- MC- Please get more so I can feed my family again.
12/23/2015 Ephraim Holmgren Mount Rubsmore 5
Really disappointed that the box was covered in a shipping label and was filthy. After all the fun of this gift is the labeling otherwise why spend the money on an otherwise $10.00 gift at most. Its ironic that a company that prides itself of marketing in the form of shipping containers would completely miss the mark on something so simple.
12/14/2015 Adam Carl Mount Rubsmore 3
I really wanted to order this for our gift exchange party. Then I read that the Mount Rubs-More box is used as the shipping container and it's display-ability is pretty much ruined by a big ole shipping label and whatever dirt and shipping scuffs and scraps it picks up on it's way to you.
12/3/2015 Randee Mathisen Mount Rubsmore 5
This product is clever and makes for fun conversation. But the box needs to be crated like your other products. The cardboard box the bottles come in is half the fun....but not when it's got shipping labels on the box and damage due to shipping. Put it in a crate and I'll give it five stars. (Reviews can make or break a new company)
11/18/2015 Anna Mount Rubsmore 3
Bought this as a Christmas present for my brother in law who loves to grill. It arrived today dented, scrapped, and dirty. I had to carefully peel off the shipping labels which took some of the box with it and left a sticky film. The spice rubs were unharmed, but the box looks like its been through hell. I assumed it would be shipped in a separate box, but the spice rubs made it safely and look like they will be delicious. That's what counts, I guess.
07/6/2015 Michele Mount Rubsmore 5
I sent this to a friend, as a thank you gift. He loves to grill and couldn't wait to try the rubs out on the 4th of July. He thought it was a cool gift. His favorite was the Thomas Jeffersalmon.
07/1/2015 Nicole B Mount Rubsmore 4
I didn't actually see this in person, but the employee I sent it to got a kick out of it and was pretty impressed by the ducktaping job.
As always, job well done, Mancrates
06/24/2015 Lena Mount Rubsmore 5
Not only is this product funny, but it has different rubs for different meats: roast, burgers, game and fish. It's perfect and my father in law got a kick out of it!
06/24/2015 Unknown Mount Rubsmore 5
Sent this to my dad for Father's Day and am now the favorite :) he loves cooking and grilling and this will serve us well for our BBQ on the 4th! Another huge plus was it actually arrived a day before it said it would! Sweet!