Handcrafted Local Goods from the Bluegrass State

We’re proud to offer a curated selection of local goods made with intention in the Bluegrass State. Here are a few of our current favorites, from Bourbon Barrel Foods’ small-batch bitters to Lousimill’s cold-smoked grits.

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Bourbon Barrel Foods Woodford Reserve® Bitters Dram Set (5-Pack)

This set of Woodford Reserve® bitters features all five of their flavors: Woodford Reserve® Chocolate Bitters, Woodford Reserve® Orange Bitters, Woodford Reserve® Aromatic Bitters, Woodford Reserve® Sassafras and Sorghum Bitters, and Woodford Reserve® Spiced Cherry Bitters. Perfect for cocktails, bubbly water, or baked goods, a couple of drops will instantly enhance your favorite flavors.
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Bourbon Barrel Foods Bluegrass Soy Sauce

Using Kentucky-grown non-GMO soybeans, soft red winter wheat, and limestone-filtered Kentucky spring water, this Bluegrass Soy Sauce is micro-brewed in small batches. Bourbon Barrel Foods ferments and mashes the soybeans in repurposed bourbon barrels, giving the sauce a smoky flavor with hints of oak along with a mild sweetness reminiscent of fine Kentucky bourbon. Learn the backstory of this soy sauce here.
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Dirty South Pottery’s Stemless Wine Cup

Hand-thrown on the wheel and made from porcelain clay in Winchester, Kentucky, Dirty South Pottery’s stemless wine cup in “ocean jade” is a colorful alternative to glass stemware. Its rounded belly and slanted rim make for comfortable sipping. When the time comes to clean your cup, simply place it in the dishwasher.
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Louismill’s Cold-Smoked Grits

Meet the first cold-smoked grits on the market. Cold-smoking preserves nutrients and allows the underlying corn flavors to balance with natural smoke. Fry up an egg with Holy Smoke’s Smoked Olive Oil and serve it alongside these unique grits for a smoky Southern breakfast.

Looking for more local goods from Kentucky? Don’t miss our full selection of products from Bourbon Barrel Foods, Dirty South Pottery, and Louismill.

 

Written by Daniela Johnson