You're even crazier than I thought, dave!
Doing a review of HP Sauce is wacky in the extreme, but I like it nonetheless.
A 255 gm bottle here costs about a quid, so it's a bit pricey by the time it hits the US. Probably because of the weight of the glass bottle.
You can get it here also in great big upside-down squeezy plastic bottles ( you know the sort) that hold about 3 times a much for about £3.00 at Asda (Walmart) & the like here.
I doubt the Queen Mum'd too upset by its behaviour, btw, as she's been dead nearly 10 years now. Probably as a result of the amount of HP she consumed.
However, she was 101 years old when she finally popped her clogs, so maybe it has hidden health benefits.
HP sauce on rice? I applaud your enthusiasm, dave, but that's taking it a bit far for my taste. I only ever have it on hot bacon sandwiches, steak & kidney pies or corned beef hash.
However if you think it tastes Ok on rice, that's the main thing, isn't it?
A very nice review from a different perspective. Thanks.
To add balance to the brown sauce saga, Daddies Brown Sauce is its main rival here, although a bit difficult to get hold of now since the brand was acquired by Heinz.
However, all sorts of Brit crap food & other stuff can be shipped worldwide from here:http://www.britsuperstore.com/acatalog/Hp_Sauce.html
where a bottle is £1.37. & a big 4.5 KILO(!) plastic bottle's £ 10.99. God knows how much the shipping is, but you could always get some Crosse & Blackwell Branston pickle with it. Yum.
I may be bonkers but at least I'm British.