Brussels Sprout Ketchup for sale on Amazon at £3 a bottle

By Chris Dawson November 25, 2019 - 3:53 pm

Amazon have announced even more deals on their own devices as well as a raft of early Black Friday Deals, but what’s really grabbed the headlines for Amazon is news that they have teamed up with UK condiment experts Sauce Shop to create its first Brussels Sprout Ketchup. The limited-edition Christmas ketchup will be available to pre-order exclusively on Amazon UK for £3.00 a bottle from today and begin shipping from Monday 2nd December, in plenty of time for Christmas.

The Brussels Sprout ketchup is suitable for both vegetarians and vegans with serving suggestions being sauce for your Christmas sandwich or to serve as a dipping sauce for festive canapés. Those that love Brussels Sprouts won’t mind shelling out the £3 to give it a try, but for those that hate Brussels… well this isn’t one for you!

Sauce Shop – an artisan British sauce maker who sell a variety of ketchups on Amazon UK – are known for creating flavoursome condiments using all-natural ingredients. Each bottle of the seasonal sprout ketchup will contain around 15 sprouts per bottle. The British Brussels sprout variety has been chosen for the bespoke recipe for its sweet, nutty flavour and has been blended with cloves, nutmeg and cinnamon to give the tasting notes of braised red cabbage, making it a perfect accompaniment to any Christmas dinner.

“Our mission has always been a pursuit of flavour, which can only be achieved using high-quality, natural ingredients. Our limited-edition Brussels Sprout Ketchup, which we’ve developed exclusively for, is testament to the versatility of this highly nutritious, seasonal vegetable which has more vitamin C in one sprout than in an entire orange. It’s been a wonderful challenge to bring out the natural sweet, nutty flavour of the often misunderstood Brussels sprout and we’re very proud of our sauce.”
– Pam Digva, Co-Founder, Sauce Shop

“We’re delighted to offer our customers this unique festive treat as part of our collaboration with Sauce Shop and Brussels sprout ketchup is just one of thousands of products we have on offer to make sure our customers’ have the best possible Christmas celebration. We’re sure this delicious ketchup will change the minds of some of the humble sprout’s harsher critics and hope to see it added to festive feasts and slipped into Christmas stockings nationwide.”
– James Bate, Director of Grocery, Amazon UK

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