Product Spotlight: Totally Original “OG”

Product Spotlight:  Totally Original “OG” Pickles

Each month we will spotlight a Chill Dill flavor to break down all of the goodness that is in every jar.  We invite you to explore our first edition of the Product Spotlight and focus on The Totally Original “OG” pickle.

Featured Product:  Totally Original “OG”

Chill Dill’s Totally Original is the “OG” of our entire company.  The recipe was created from scratch and took months and months to perfect it.  We wanted to get the perfect balance of salty, tangy, with a touch of sweet.  Yet we still felt the need to let the vegetable show up in the flavor profile as well.  In of 2014 we took the first bite into the brine and the pickle that we call today Totally Original “OG”.  It was love at first bite.  From that day, we worked on perfecting that recipe and producing it on a large scale and still keep the consistency.  We were honored with a gold medal at The Fifty Best Pickles for them.

When you take a bite…

The first thing you will notice is a cool crisp snap.  Then you get a shot of brine and that is when you taste buds wake up and start to fire off.  You get the crunch, then the flavor, then you are hooked.  The Totally Original “OG” has been called our gateway pickle.  Once you try this one there is not stopping you from hitting up our Gnarly Garlic, Seriously Spicy, and then keep on powering through the starting lineup.


Cucumber, Water, Vinegar, Salt, Sugar, Garlic, and Spices

Food Pairings: 

On the plate of every; burger, hot dog, sandwich, and a plate of pickles.  Chop up and put in chicken salad.  Use the brine to make a Vodka Dirty Martine or juice up your Bloody Mary.

Join the discussion 3 Comments

  • RICHARD Schwartz says:

    Okay, you got me. Bought Gnarly Garlic pickle this morning. Popped it open and had just one…taste buds immediately were screaming, “More, dammit, more or we’ll going to go on strike.” Never knew tastebuds are unionized. Now 10 minutes later I still have that pleasant after taste reverbing in the back and sides of my tongue. Oh yeah, crispy snap to the pickles. Thanks for having pride in your craftsmanship.

  • Debbie Stanley says:

    What does the “OG” stand for? I instantly thought Oh God! When I tasted this pickle! As long as you make them, I’m never buying a different pickle again!

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