Spice up cold weather comfort food with small-batch artisan hot sauces
1. Pepper Sauce Fantôme
Ninth-generation Mississippian Ashleigh Aldridgeis behind D’Evereux Foods, and she’s crafting sauces that amp up Southern fare—like this one infused with lime and garlic.
2. Southerner’s Revenge
The ghost peppers of the Confederacy’s past have been known to haunt frequent users of this sauce (or so says the bottle). It’s rich and smoky with a spice that lingers.
3. Electric Lime Hot Sauce
Louisiana native Kelly Schexnaildre brings Southern heat to Colorado with her sauces—the electric lime marries jalapeño and green bell peppers with fresh lime juice.
4. Barrel-Aged Pepper Sauce
PAPPY & COMPANY
The lauded Old Rip Van Winkle partnered with Midland Ghost Hot Sauce on this bottle that’s aged in bourbon barrels.
5. Peach Slow Burn Hot Sauce
Charleston, South Carolina
Peach and Vidalia onion lend this sauce sweetness up front, while tabasco and cayenne peppers give it a slight kick.