Sarson's Vinegar Reviews
Product Type: Sarson's Oil / Vinegar
Description:Brand: Sarson's / Type: Vinegar / Traditionally brewed from only the finest natural ingredients, Sarson's malt vinegars are matured in vats to ensure the highest quality and to create the distinctive tangy Sarson's taste. Imported from England.
Newest Review: ... if it's vinegar then it has to be Sarson's. They've been making vinegar since 1794. If they've managed to keep going all that ... more
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Sarson's Malt Vinegar 2L
Traditionally brewed & matured malt vinegar Simply shake over foo ...
Last Update 12.12.2013 14:23
by - written on 13/04/10 (Very useful, 227 readings)
Sarson's vinegar is a product I have grown up with- my Mum used to always have a bottle in the cupboard and anytime we had chips (either homemade or from the chip shop) the Sarson's would come out. So I thought all vinegars were the same and they all came with a handy flip and shake lid... I am glad you can still buy this as I class it as a bit of a retro favourite now. Mr Norton used a lot of vinegar on his food (on beans, on waffles, on curly fries, on fish fingers...) he really has a taste for vinegar on food, so we buy Sarson's in it's distinctive glass bottle with flip lid. The product comes in a glass bottle with a burgundy plastic flip top ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/12/09 (Very useful, 18 readings)
Sarsons Malt vinegar may seem like a bigger price to pay for something which is just vinegar but I can really tell the difference in how is compared to the cheaper own brand version which are available. After all Sarsons were one of the originals are still here so they must be doing something right surely The look? A semi translucent brown liquid which has the consistency of water. The bottles glass is clear but makes them look brown due to the vinegars actual colour. Price? Around 57pence for a 250 ml bottle which will last you a good while as you on use a dashing of this on your food. 22 pence per 100 mls so well worth ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/11/09 (Very useful, 45 readings)
I never used to like vinegar. I found it tampered too much with my food and destroyed flavours, but I am gradually warming to the stuff, though I must be honest I prefer it as a cleaning aid rather than a food accessory. Sarsons has been around since the dawn of time, one of those makes you will always see in supermarkets and greasy cafes. There is something infinitely reassuring about the brand, something homely and comforting. They haven't changed their look much in years. We still have the same old logo and the slender looking bottle, that looks like it is calling to you to come and caress it. The murky brown vinegar gives it a vintage feel, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/10/09 (Very useful, 39 readings)
You'd think all vinegar would taste the same but it doesn't. We've always brought whatever vinegar is the cheapest and it can be dead cheap, the bottle we've just finished cost 42p and is the Best In brand and no=one complained! Last week though I noticed the vinegar was in a sleeker bottle and I saw it was Sarsons and not just any old vinegar that happened to be on the shop shelf. I could tell from the first time I used it just how much tastier it is than cheaper vinegar. The flavour is better, it's seasoned strongly and that gives it a yummy tang but it's not harsh like other vinegars. It's got a smoother taste and feel that makes any food you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/04/09 (Very useful, 110 readings)
I ran out of vinegar recently and had made a mental note to purchase a new bottle of supermarket-own brand when I was going to be there later in the week. Before I managed to get the shopping done, however, I noticed that my local shop had a special offer on "Sarson's" malt vinegar, and opted to buy this kind instead, as it was only 50 pence, which was slightly cheaper than the supermarket-own brand I was going to buy. I had the perfect opportunity to sample the vinegar later that same evening, as my partner came home from his rehearsal a bit later than expected, and had opted to bring in some chips for a late night snack. Never one to ... Read the complete review
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