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Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce 290 ml
|Price:||£6.60 (£22.76 / kg) FREE UK delivery.|
- The original and genuine
- No artificial colours or preservatives
- Matured 18 months
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Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce with an expert blend of ingredients that take a full 18 months to mature to give us that unique full flavour that brings food alive.
Malt Vinegar (From Barley), Spirit Vinegar, Molasses, Sugar, Salt, Anchovies (Fish), Tamarind Extract, Onions, Garlic, Spice, Flavourings.
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If you're the kind of person who frequently looks at a food and thinks, "This needs some (more) Worcestershire Sauce" then there is no question that this is the product for you. Even if you're not fanatical about it like I am you should consider treating yourself to a bottle just for the experience.
All three taste very similar: almost identical. But at a more discerning level the US sauce is "brash", the Canadian sauce is "smooth" and the special edition sauce is "smooth and rich". So there IS a difference, but you might or not taste it depending upon what you're using it in or on.
I annually use very little Worcestershire sauce, so have decided to stock the special edition -- so that when I do use it I'm using the best-tasting (albeit most expensive) variant. But if I used a lot annually I'd stock the Canadian variant which is between the other two in price.