Sorghum Hot Sauce
Sweet sorghum was introduced to the American South in the 1850s, where it quickly grew in popularity among farmers looking for local alternatives to the more expensive sugarcane and beet sugar available at the time. Its mellow and unique sweetness as well as its hearty growth in hot, dry climates made it a staple for subsistence farming communities and a great flavor base for southern cooking.
- Great for Marinades and Finishing
- 5.0 or 6.7 FL OZ.