Monday, May 26, 2014

Bar Harbor- 123

BAR HARBOR: SKINLESS, BONELESS SMOKED FILLETS



APPEARANCE:

NUTRITION:
Serving: 3.5
Calories- 110
Fat Cal- 70
Sat Fat- 1.0g
Total Fat- 16g
Protein- 10g
Sodium- 230mg
Cholest.- 35mg


PRODUCT OF:
Canada


INGREDIENTS:
Sardin Fillets,  Salt

PRICE:

OVER ALL:
Strong smoke aroma upon opening. Smoke flavor hits you on first bite. Almost a chewy consistency to the fish. They taste as leather smells. A slight fishy after taste, not a tin to eat by themselves; these may be good in a dish or sorts. I would not eat again alone. 1 1/2 Sardines







BAR HARBOR: SKINLESS, BONELESS SMOKED FILLETS IN MAPLE SYRUP



APPEARANCE:

NUTRITION:
Serving:2
Calories- 150
Fat Cal- 65
Sat Fat- 1.0g
Total Fat- 16g
Protein- 11g
Sodium- 230mg
Cholest.- 35mg
Sugars- 10g


PRODUCT OF:
Canada


INGREDIENTS:
Sardine Fillets, Pure Maple Syrup, Salt

PRICE:

OVER ALL:
Smoke aroma hits you hard on opening. The fillets are all sort of formed together into a fish block. Smoke flavor is mild, yet very detectable; sweetness of the syrup follows behind the smoke flavor and the sweetness of the syrup  really balances out well (not too sweet) Fish has a lovely dark color to it from the smoking process, a good textured fish; not dry as some fillets can be. This can goes well with saltines, adding a sweet and salty combination. No fishy taste or after. I'm pleasantly surprised, would eat again. 5 Sardines



BAR HARBOR: SKINLESS, BONELESS SMOKED FILLETS WITH JALAPENOS





APPEARANCE:

NUTRITION:
Serving:2
Calories- 150
Fat Cal- 65
Sat Fat- 1.0g
Total Fat- 16g
Protein- 11g
Sodium- 230mg
Cholest.- 35mg
Sugars- 10g


PRODUCT OF:
Canada


INGREDIENTS:


PRICE:

OVER ALL:
A faint smoke aroma upon opening, followed by a subtle pepper aroma. three nice slices of pepper to the tin. A good textured fish, heat from the pepper slowly creeps up. A good balanced smoke flavor to the tin. no strong taste or after. Definitely a tin to shared or the likes. would eat again. 4 1/2 sardines

4 comments:

  1. I enjoy the smoked sardines. I have them on crackers, although I'll agree that the initial bite is a shocker.

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  2. I think the Bar Harbors are closer to kippers than sardines. Agree on the rating.

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