Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce

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Prolasts for a hundred years

Conswhen it has it smells quite bad

When a bottle is not only several years past its use-by-date but also claims to be "By Appointment to His Majesty the King" you know you haven’t spring cleaned in a while. My mother and I found a bottle of Lea and Perrins in the larder when we cleaned it out one spring when I was six or seven...

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Excellent

ProEnriches soups, stews, cheese on toast and lots of...

ConsNot suitable for one sector of the population.

I was dragged inside feeling far from happy dressed in my 'best' clothes that I hated beyond words. Pops still smiled at me. He was always on my side. "And you can stop your smiling and get your tie on", Gran grumpily instructed him. Someone 'important' was coming to tea, so Mum, Dad and I had...

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Excellent

ProIntense flavour so little is needed.A bottle lasts...

ConsNone.

I'm reviewing Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce. EXPERT BLENDERS SINCE 1837. MATURED 18 MONTHS. It comes in 150 ml glass bottles & costs around the £1.20p mark in TESCO. Available in any decent supermarket for not much more than that. It contains,Malt Vinegar (from Barley),Spirit Vinegar...

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Excellent

ProSpicy and long lastng

ConsNot to everyone's liking

Why I Got This I have been buying Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce on and off for many years after being introduced to it by my father when I was a child. I have always called it just 'Worcester Sauce' but the correct name is Worcestershire Sauce. The Brand From their website: 'Lea & Perrins...

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“A nice additive to foods!”

published 03/05/2014

ProGreat quality and versatile

ConsNone for me at all!

I always have a bottle of Worcestershire Sauce in my cupboard. I find it a very versatile product, used on cheese on toast for a twist, in stews, even in curries and in noodles and spag bol...you really can use it for many things! I find with this though you either love it or you hate it and in...

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Excellent

“The Secret Spicy Sauce”

published 02/09/2002

ProAwesome list of natural ingredients, adds life and...

ConsNot suitable for vegetarians, some may not like it...

I vividly remember by school days, when I was in my early teens, everytime I used to buy a packet of “ready salted” crisps, there was always something that had to be sprinkled all over them before I began to devour them. That something was Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce. Lea &...

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“The Original and Genuine”

published 05/11/2003

ProRich, tangy, zingy and oh so versatile

ConsThe bottles are too small!

Ingredients (according to the bottle) - Malt Vinegar, Spirit Vinegar, Molasses, Sugar, Salt, Anchovies, Tamarind Extract, Onions, Garlic, Spices, Flavouring Availability - Any good supermarket, convenience store Price - Around 90p for 150ml, £1.70 for 325ml How will I recognise it - Lea and...

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“Spice Up Your Cooking”

published 08/08/2002

ProVersatile Tried and Tested Product

ConsDoes Smell

Lea and Perrins Worcestershire Sauce has long been a favourite relish with the British and, I might add, also with a lot of knowledgeable chef’s the world over. This sauce has a fascinating history: it was originally produced in the city of Worcester in the West Midlands by John Lea and...

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Excellent

“suculent prawns”

published 20/12/2002

Promakes your food taste better

Consnone

ok, before you carry on to read my opinion, there was not a catagory for this product and ciao are unable to help me at this time, over the christmas period. I was really looking to write about it now whilst the product description is still fresh in my mind. I have chosen to write about the...

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Excellent

“I love Mr Perrins”

published 10/01/2006

Proit goes on almost anything and tastes great

Consyou cant drink it straight from the bottle because...

I love Mr Perrins Lea and Perrins is a fantastic sauce which you can get from pretty much anywhere for about £1.50 and for that you get a massive 150ml. I would recommend it to almost anyone…. I personally us it in pretty much everything, from pasta dishes to cheese on toast. For example earlier...

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