How about reviewing the 1999 King Oscars?
I may try and get something up later this week.
How about an updated review of the port clyde? I read you bought three cases which kind of surprises me after reading your other reviews of them.
Yes, I got two hundred tins of Port Clyde in hot sauce, they received 4 sardines out of 5. 5 years ago they had the best hot sauce in a tin on the market; available at any store in this area, and they still do today. The only reason they received 4 instead of 5 was due to the sauce over-powered the fish. It has been 5 years since I reviewed them, I did pick up two tins in mustard as well. The hot sauce tins is a good running around tin. If you like 'em, that's great. My reviews should only be looked at as suggestions. Keep popping those tins!
Wow! two hundred cans did you get a deal or are they that good? Not to pry but how much do 200 tins go for these days? Are there fifty cans in a case? Only two mustard ha ha! Like me you seem to like em spicy. Sorry about all the questions I am feeling extra nosey today!
I got a little over 200 tins, but who's counting. 24 tins to a box. It was around $120 give or take. I got a deal. But they are good, sinus opening good. Hottest sardines straight from the tin I've had to date. I just finished off a tin actually. They are my on the go tin to always have on hand. The ones in mustard are good, just not as good as the ones in hot sauce. I don't mind the questions, I enjoy talking about sardines... imagine that.
Are they hotter than King Oscars jalapeno? I have two batches of the KOs One is blazen and a different batch was weak.
Much hotter. If they was to bottle this hot sauce, I would buy it in a heart beat.
I am looking for vintage Monterey Pilchards/Sardines(Portola, Cresta Blanca, Gold Dollar, Carmel, etc...1902-1945). Do any unopened cans remain, other than what's on display at Monterey Bay Aquarium?