Rocky Mountain Prime
20 S Havana St Ste 213, Aurora, CO 80012
(303) 364-2020Add Hours
I got suckered into buying chicken and steak from them. Thoroughly disappointed! Absolutely scammed! There are no words to describe the meat they tout as "natural" and "grass fed." The quality of the chicken was just about the same as McDonald's chicken nuggets on a good day; and the beef, maybe I can be nice and say the same as Purina canned dog food at best. I It was obvious that the steak was glued together and the chicken was leftover parts. I ended up throwing it away as I didn't trust giving any of it to my dogs. All I can say is that I should have just flushed my money down the toilet, that way I would not have had to do dishes afterwards.
Where to begin? Rocky Mountain Prime is a couple of guys in a pickup selling meat out of a “freezer” in the back. I guess that alone should have been a telltale sign of trouble. We decided to give them the benefit of a doubt. Bought a small sampling of meats—ribeyes, lemon pepper chicken breast, and maple-infused bacon and pork products. Starting with the chicken--it’s clearly reconstituted meat. So, I imagine that this “mystery meat” is basically ground up cartilage, bone, dark meat, and maybe some white meat that is then bleached and reshaped into “breast portions”. So much for “all-natural” chicken breasts. Then there’s the “miniature ribeye” that cooks up to look a lot more like strip steak than ribeyes. The packaging makes meat look bigger in the package than it actually is. The black plastic background and the clear plastic foreground of the packaging gives this optical illusion…Honestly, these guys should go on tour as magicians—they might actually make an “honest” living at that point. Finally, the maple-infused bacon products are about on par with Walmart-brand meat products with a hint of maple syrup added. It’s so funny that our kitchen smelled like maple after cooking this up, but the meat itself really had very little maple flavor in it…perhaps they used maple perfume? Not sure. LOL. I’m just glad we didn’t get scammed into buying the $500 worth of “premium meat” with “a lot of free stuff thrown in” … it’s clear that these guys are not planning on having repeat customers. That’s why they do their best to try and get you to spend at least $500 in the first order with “guarantees” that if you don’t like it they will replace any and all unopened packages. I haven’t attempted to get any “mystery meats” replaced at this point, but I honestly don’t believe that they would honor that “guarantee” anyway. These guys are scammers plain and simple. My advice? Don’t be their next sucker. All the best to all you meat-lovers out there!