Your Own Taste of the Holy City

We don’t have to tell you Charleston is one mouth-watering town. But why let the tasty treats end with your vacation? Pick up some of these items to take home or order online between visits.

Big Eds Barbecue SauceNothing says “Southern” like a big ‘ol plate of barbecue topped with Big Ed’s Heirloom BBQ Sauce. The flagship product of Pigtail Brands, this sauce is a tangy, vinegar-based heirloom barbecue sauce and marinade with just a hint of pepper and a slight sweet undertone. Made from a 30-year family recipe, it works as a topping for pork, steak, poultry, seafood, wild game, tofu, vegetables and even as a salad dressing. Price: $6.75 per bottle | Available at grocery stores and retailers around the state or shop online at

We guarantee you’ve never had a Popsicle quite like this. King of Pops_newKing of Pops makes fresh, all-natural frozen treats so you don’t feel guilty about indulging in flavors like chocolate sea salt, key lime pie or the Arnold Palmer (sweet tea and lemonade). Look for the King of Pops cart around downtown Charleston, Folly Beach and at major events and festivals. Check out where the pop cart will be next or place a bulk order at

Chas Coffee Roasters

If you’ve passed over the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge into downtown Charleston and caught the intoxicating scent of roasting coffee beans, locals know that’s Charleston Coffee Roasters. The company uses premium Arabica beans carefully selected from farms around the world that use traditional, sustainable growing practices. The beans are slow roasted and each bag is dated to ensure the freshest of beans. Price: $13.95 per bag | Available at area retailers and online at or stop by the roasting facility at 289 Huger St.


Take home a package of Callie’s Biscuits and friends will be clamoring for a dinner invitation. With seven varieties – such as country ham, cheese and chive, buttermilk and cinnamon – these biscuits are a mouth-watering meal themselves. Available at Charleston area retailers and grocery stores. For a list or to order online, visit