So I tried a couple new additions to baby backs this weekend. First off, I got a little lazy in two ways.. 1. I only have one qvue from the first cut on the cooked rack 2. I actually cooked these indirect on my gas grill. I just wasn't up to firing up the smoker, sigh.. So first I took 3 parts Wild Willy Wonderful rub, with a nice additional helping of chipotle. Then added 1 part Don Francesco Coffee to the rub. Rubbed em, cooked em like normal, (except a little faster on gas grill). 3.5 hours later, added some of my tomato based bbq sauce for a light glaze. The coffee added a deep earthy flavor that went incredible with the smoky chipotle. Coffee is absolutely something I'm going to work a little more with. Maybe add a little prepared coffee to my sauce to complement the rub. Secondly, I tried the same Wild Willy rub and added 1 part peach jello mix to 3 parts wild willy. Cooked them like normal, then basted with a honey-butter glaze. 1/4 cup honey to 2 tbsp butter. These were good, but the honey-butter with the added sweetener to the rub was just a little too much sweet for me. I wish I would have served them dry. Going to try this one again, next time I do bbrs. Here's a couple pics. First pic is the Java ribs then the peach. They both cooked very very nicely.