L&P Worcestershire Sauce, 290ml
- Gives extra flavor to the dish expecially meaty one
- Place in cool and dry place
- Avoid direct sunlight
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Clearly this is not satisfactory.
I used to get to large bottles at Costco for $7 whereas this single smaller bottle is $10, so it is pricier.
I don't believe the degree of betterment in the taste is worth the price difference but I'm enjoying it nevertheless.
Would I buy it again?.........Yes !!
All three taste very similar: almost identical. But at a more discerning level the US sauce is "brash", the Canadian sauce is "smooth" and the special edition sauce is "smooth and rich". So there IS a difference, but you might or not taste it depending upon what you're using it in or on.
I annually use very little Worcestershire sauce, so have decided to stock the special edition -- so that when I do use it I'm using the best-tasting (albeit most expensive) variant. But if I used a lot annually I'd stock the Canadian variant which is between the other two in price.