Friday, July 18, 2014

Robert Brand-130

ROBERT BRAND: IN OLIVE OIL





APPEARANCE:


NUTRITION:
Calories-
Total Fat-
Protein-
Sodium-
Cholesterol-

PRODUCT OF:

Portugal



INGREDIENTS:
N/A

PRICE:


OVER ALL
A slight oil, sardine aroma upon opening. Three plump, scaled fish to the tin. A good textured fish. Scales not noticeable. Saltiness off the fish, hits you on first bite; yet, it does not over power the fish. Not a spiny fish.  No strong taste or after. Saltiness lingers after tin is gone; this is a two beer minimum tin. I would eat again. 4 1/2 sardines.














ROBERT BRAND:IN SUNFLOWER OIL & HOT PEPPER











APPEARANCE:

NUTRITION:

Calories- 325
Total Fat-15.3g
Protein- 16g
Sodium- 700mg
Cholesterol- 47mg

PRODUCT OF:

Portugal



INGREDIENTS:
N/A

PRICE:


OVER ALL
A faint peppery aroma upon opening. Three plump, scaled fish to the tin. A roe filled fish; not a spiny fish. Scales not noticeable. A faint heat lets itself known,heat fades almost as quick as it appears. One chilli pod to the tin. A meaty fish. No strong taste or after. I would eat again. 4 1/2 sardines








APPEARANCE:


NUTRITION:
n/a
PRODUCT OF:
France

INGREDIENTS:
n/a

PRICE:


OVER ALL:
Oil and pepper aroma upon opening. Three plump, scaled fish to the tin. A medium textured, roe filled fish. Roe not gritty. A mild tasting fish, heat not noticeable at first; it slowly creeps up with even consistency. Two chili pods to the tin, fish does not hold it's shape well. No strong taste or after. A lingering faint, nice heat. 4 1/2 Sardines


















APPEARANCE:



NUTRITION:

n/a
PRODUCT OF:
France


INGREDIENTS:
n/a

PRICE:


OVER ALL:
Oil aroma upon opening with three plump fish to the tin. Fish does not hold it's shape well when removing from tin. oil flavor hits you on first bite. A flavorful, with a bit saltiness combining with the fish. No strong flavors or after. Roe filled' not to noticeable. 4 1/2 sardines


2 comments:

  1. Nice review, but please note these sardines are not a product of Israel. According to the Hebrew writing on the tin, they are imported to Israel from Portugal.
    Keep up the great work on this blog!

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