Bourbon Barrel Aged Worcestershire Sauce

Oct 18, 2017

Category: Food

From marinating beef and poultry to adding a little something extra to the Sunday morning Bloody Mary, Worcestershire Sauce is easily one of the most versatile items stocked in your fridge. Now, you can enjoy all the flavorful benefits of the famous English condiment but with a bit of a bourbon twist.

Available through Bourbon Barrel Foods, each bottle of Bourbon Barrel Aged Worcestershire Sauce is first sweetened with sorghum, blended with pure Kentucky limestone water, and aged in the same barrels used to age some of the finest bourbons from the Bluegrass State. It’s also anchovy-free – meaning it’s vegetarian – and is all natural and non-GMO making it an ideal add-on to just about any meal. Available in both 100 ml and gallon bottles.

Purchase: 6+

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