“They say it’s the perfect blend, not too spicy but very flavorful.” Well, we love when y’all do the work for us. This is one of those products that pretty much speaks for itself. We’ve found about a dozen uses for it and we aren’t surprised when we hear you all have about a hundred more. The versatility of this hot sauce is just one of the many things we love about it, as the bold smoky flavor and that just right kick of heat mean you can slather, pour and dash to just about everything you eat or drink. There are even those among us who wouldn’t dare leave the house without our own stash.
Crafted in partnership with another family-owned business, and happy to say, our friends, Midland Ghost, we are proud to offer this exclusive hot sauce. Made with their famous, homegrown in West Central Georgia, small-batch Ghost-Peppers, blended with mild red peppers and aged in our bourbon barrels to infuse it with that rich, smoky, oaky heat - well you just have to taste it to understand why it was a finalist for the Good Food Awards.
Our vanilla bean syrup is a labor of love. We bring in barrels of raw vanilla beans sourced from Madagascar and use every piece of every bean. We split them, scrape the insides, chop the outsides, and use a double filter process to create an added richness. All the fuss is worth it: we’ve found that there is some kind of magic in the agitation of the skin, bean by bean. Try it—we think you’ll agree!
Suggested Uses: Vanilla Bean Coffee (1 oz of Vanilla Bean syrup, 1 solid cup of joe Simple and just right!) Vanilla Bean Soaking Cake (Your favorite yellow/white or citrus cake, 1/2 cup Vanilla Bean syrup; Remove cake from oven, use fork tines to pierce the surface of the cake, drizzle pH vanilla syrup in the holes, allow cake to cool. Serve with fresh peaches or apricots and sweet cream)
Pink House Alchemy: pH Delight Syrup
Pink House Delight, formally known as Onyx Delight, is a flavor experience. Rich vanilla, spicy cinnamon, and early honey make this syrup a class of its own. This trifecta flavored syrup has been gracing the coffee mug since the early 90's. This syrup creates on of the most widely requested drinks and is without a doubt a classic.