Wednesday, June 6, 2012

ADRIATIC SUN-65



ADRIATIC SUN: IN OLIVE OIL


APPEARANCE:

NUTRITION:
Calories- 161
Fat Calories- 133
Total Fat- 15g
Saturated Fat- 15g
Cholesterol- 42mg
Sodium- 240mg
Protein-8g


PRODUCT OF:
Croatia


INGREDIENTS:
Sardines, Olive Oil, Salt


PRICE:

OVER ALL:
 A very nice looking packed tin of fish. Seven assorted sizes of fish to the tin. A very faint almost unnoticeable aroma upon opening. They contain patchy places of scales. A tad dry, yet a firm fish. The roe inside the Sardine is even very firm. A decent tin of fish. The tin does posses a slight wang of an after taste. I would probably eat again. 2 1/2 sardines.






ADRIATIC SUN: WITH HOT PEPPERS

APPEARANCE:

NUTRITION:

Calories- 160
Fat Calories- 130
Total Fat- 15g
Saturated Fat- 15g
Cholesterol- 40mg
Sodium- 240mg
Protein-8g


PRODUCT OF:
Croatia

INGREDIENTS:
Sardines, Vegetable Oil, (contains one or more of the following: soybean oil, Sunflower oil, rapeseed Oil) Hot Peppers


PRICE:
1.69

OVER ALL:
The smell of green peppers hits you hard and happily when opened. Four plump no scaled fish to the tin, pieces of pepper through out the can. A good textured fish. The pepper is all you can taste. An excellent heat;a roe filled fish. The entire bottom of the tin is covered with peppers, its great!
No fish taste, or after. A good tin of fish, the peppers really makes this tin. I will be eating these again. 5 Sardines.






ADRIATIC SUN: 


APPEARANCE:

NUTRITION:

Calories- 160
Fat Calories- 130
Total Fat- 15g
Saturated Fat- 2,5g
Cholesterol- 40mg
Sodium- 250mg
Protein-8g


PRODUCT OF:
Croatia

INGREDIENTS:
Sardines, Vegetable Oil, (contains one or more of the following: soybean oil, Sunflower oil, rapeseed Oil)


PRICE:
1.99

OVER ALL:
A slight oil aroma when opened. six fish to the tin, a variety tin; three with scales and three with out. A roe filled fish,(undetectable) A meaty fish, a very clean tasting fish, no after taste of any kind, a classic tin of sardines. I would and will eat again. 5 Sardines.
            

2 comments:

  1. So Vegetable Oil makes a difference in taste?

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    1. All oil in general makes a difference. Some oils, especially olive oil are better when aged. Like wine, some oil years are better than others. I drain my sardines before eating, in a sandwich or a dish the difference in oil taste often times are not noticeable. I eat half of them straight from the can alone to rate them for this blog. Then finish up with crackers.

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