The age of mint sauce is coming to an end
With lamb prevailing as the fattiest of the “Sunday Lunch meats”, it is only proper that one should serve it with something acidic to carve through the indulgence. Hence the English obsession with mint sauce; a much-loved sour condiment that is not so widely understood on the continent. But mint sauce does put itself in a position of weakness; for what is its purpose but to accompany a lamb roast?
No. 6 does the lateral thinking for you
Sublime No. 6 adopts all the character and purpose of the humble mint sauce, and… sophisticates it into something more miraculous. The well-balanced flavour profile — classic as it may be — takes on a new lease of life, muddled together with the creamy richness of our famous butter. And it will indeed add a new lease of life to your favourite meats and vegetables — lamb or otherwise.
Allergy advice: Allergens are shown in bold.
Unsalted butter (contains milk), lemon juice, garlic 1.5%, salt, mint 0.8%, rosemary 0.75%
Typical values per 100g
- Energy — 2882kJ/701kcal
- Fat — 76.1g (of which saturates 47.5g)
- Carbohydrate — 1.7g (of which sugars 0.2g)
- Protein — 1.0g
- Salt — 1.7g