When Korean Southerner, Kelly Woo, started bottling her family recipe for hot sauce, she didn't know that it would end up collecting accolades the way it has. Martha Stewart named it a finalist in the 2014 Martha Steward American Made Awards, Southern Living Magazine named it one of the best food products made in the South in 2016 and a host of others have followed suit.
The hot sauce is made from peppers grown on a single farm just outside of Baton Rouge. It's all-natural, gluten-free and non-GMO. It's been a top seller since the very fist day I shared it with the public and I feel safe in saying that there's been less than 5 people who have sampled it and didn't buy. Everyone else walks away with a bottle or two.