Adnams Tomato Ketchup
Adnams Tomato Ketchup
Rich and fruity with subtle herbs and spices. The perfect accompaniment to fish and chips. 275g jar.
Ingredients: Water, Tomato Puree (20%), Sugar, Spirit Vinegar, Thickener: Modified Maize starch, sea salt, garlic powder, onion powder, seasoning (tomato powder, sea salt, white wine powder (white wine concentrate, maltodextrin), sugar, onion powder, ground cassia, ground oregano, ground thyme, garlic powder, natural flavourings, ground clove, natural colour: paprika extract, raw onion concentrate, chili extract, onion extract). Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Once opened, keep in the fridge and use within six weeks. Suitable for vegetarians.
Catalogue Code: KETC
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28 July 2017
Unique taste | 28 July 2017
I tried this ketchup at The Plough Inn, Wangford near Southwold whilst on holiday staying at Kessingland Beach. I've never tasted ketchup like it. It smells a bit like Bolognese sauce (in a good way) and tastes so rich, fruity and full of a mild spice flavour. I had it with burger and chips. The burger was the best I've ever had. Mainly because it had Adnams Broadside cured bacon which tasted amazing! I am going to have the ketchup at home. I want more of that bacon too.
28 March 2016
Saucy? Not Half! | 28 March 2016
Once upon a time ketchup used to taste of tomatoes. Not a major thing I know, but it did, honestly it did. Then accountants got involved, that and taste panels and between them they cheapened the recipe and over time it slowly evolved into something more at home on top of ice cream than on a burger. Not anymore, at last the tomatoes are back! This thick red sauce is a joy to behold as it skulks in the reassuringly heavy bottle. After you eventually persuade some to leave it's glass domicile it will sit there scowling at you in a thick gelatinous pile. This is a good sign as it is then reluctant to even depart the bread in a Marlon special (tomato ketchup sandwich with a tomato ketchup content not less than 25.4mm thick - see The Perishers for details). Once you have persuaded some onto whatever it is you wish to consume, sit down, you are in for a sensation. The tomato is piquant, right there in your face, zingy and sharp, able to cut through fat and cleanse the palate (what a tomato sauce should do you know). It blends well with barbecued, grilled or fried foods, so this is a sauce that cuts the mustard so to speak. It so so rich in flavour that you will find you do not need as much as you did with inferior tomato ketchups, in short, this is the premier league attraction in a market that could be described at best as championship but really has slipped to non league in a football analogy. Would I recommend it? Yes! Do we have any other tomato sauce than Adnams? No! That is all you need to know, keep this one and abandon all other false ketchups.