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Red Boat fish sauce, 50ºN Phamily Reserve Maple Bourbon

Original price $36.95 - Original price $36.95
Original price
$36.95 - $36.95
Current price $36.95
Size: 200 ml / 6.76 fl oz

Fish sauce is an almost indispensable umami ingredient in Far East, particularly in Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, and the Philippines. Used properly in cooking, you are unlikely to taste it specifically in the finished dish, but it will enhance and deepen the flavours as a whole. In addition to its use in cooking, it is often used as a table sauce, particularly in combination with citrus, chiles, garlic and other aromatics. All natural Red Boat Brand is very expensive and astonishingly good. The Phamily Reserve 50N is a collaboration between Red Boat and Blis Gourmet. At 50N this is the highest grade fish sauce in their lineup. After the initial fermentation process to create the fish sauce, it then gets aged in barrels that previously held bourbon and maple syrup. The end result is a subtle sweetness not found in other fish sauces! No preservatives. No MSG. Just anchovies and sea salt for unsurpassed quality and flavour.

About Red Boat

Red Boat Fish Sauce is the purest on Earth. Made with black anchovies caught off the crystal clear waters of Vietnam's Phú Quốc archipelago, it is fermented using a centuries-old traditional method in large wooden barrels. Red Boat Fish Sauce has unrivalled purity.

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