I decided to smoke a turkey and beer can chicken today and everything went fairly well...until I ate the chicken. I used a dry rub for both birds comprised of melted butter and dry rub I bought from the store. This is the first time I've tried rubbing the birds with the rub mixed into butter and I think that might be where my issue is at. When I took a bite of the leg off the bird, the skin has a chemically taste to it. It kind of made my tongue feel like it had a lingering film on it. I'm kinda pissed because this is making me think the pecan wood I bought this time was sprayed with something, or the butter did something....I don't know, does anyone know what could have caused this issue. The inside of the bird taste great though. I'm not sure if the turkey has the same taste, it's still cooking. I'm cooking at 260, smoker won't get much hotter than this, and using pecan wood.