The Indianapolis Famous Condiment 4-Pack
With a local design, beautiful presentation and premium condiments made famous in the city, this package is an excellent gift for showing off the famous flavors of Indianapolis.
This Indianapolis Famous Condiment 4-Pack includes the following:
– St. Elmo’s Shrimp Cocktail Sauce (12 oz)
– Squealers Smokin’ Hot Barbecue Sauce (18 oz)
– BestBoy Bourbon Barrel Caramel Sauce (10 oz)
– LocalFolks Stoneground Xxpress Mustard (8 oz)
Comes with FREE:
- personalized note
- guaranteed delivery date
These condiments all have special meanings to the city of Indianapolis, and you’ll get their unique stories along with the condiments themselves when you buy the box.
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St. Elmo’s Shrimp Cocktail Sauce – 12 oz.
Named the “world’s spiciest food” by critic Allison Stein Werner in 2008 and featured on the Food Network’s “The Best Thing I Ever Ate” in 2010, St. Elmo’s Shrimp Cocktail Sauce is hard to forget thanks to its powerful horseradish punch. Made with all natural ingredients and no preservatives, this condiment is a quintessential piece of the culinary history of Indianapolis.
Squealers’ Smokin’ Hot BBQ Sauce – 18 oz.
The famous Squealers Smokin’ Hot Sauce has won 11 national and regional awards in barbeque competitions. Not nearly as intimidating as it sounds, this sauce has a gentle-but-sufficient jalapeno kick delivered through a bold tomato-base that is truly unique to Squealers and Indianapolis.
Best Boy Bourbon Barrel Caramel Sauce – 10 oz.
The Bourbon Barrel Caramel Sauce is one of Best Boy’s best-selling dessert condiments. Made with locally-famous Bad Elmer’s Porter from Bloomington’s own Upland Brewery, it has a full-bodied flavor and a creamy consistency, making it a perfect complement to apples, pretzels, ice cream or just about any other dessert you can imagine.
LocalFolks’ Stoneground Xxpress Mustard – 8 oz.
The Stoneground Xxpress Mustard is LocalFolks Foods’ best-selling product. This fresh, stone-ground mustard is lightly sweetened with a little honey and ripe red bell peppers, making it a perfect complement to any sandwich.
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