Queen launches own line of posh condiments — including brown sauce and ketchup

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The Queen has launched her own range of condiments — and they are comfortably more expensive than what you might find down at the supermarket.

Her Sandringham estate, Norfolk, has launched posh bottles of brown sauce and ketchup exclusively for sale. “ideal for breakfast or any time of the day”.

Royal ketchup stands out from other chip shop ketchups. It is flavoured with dates and apple juice, and comes in a glass bottle with the label reading “Sandringham” and a crown logo.

On the back of the bottle is a note: “A real family favourite, packed full of tomato and lightly spiced, this ketchup is delightful. Vibrant and fruity, this ketchup can be enjoyed any time of the day, perfect to add flavour to a dish.”



The new sauces are available at the Sandringham Estate shop and will set you back £7
The new sauces are available at the Sandringham Estate shop and will set you back £7

The Queen’s brown sauce is meanwhile detailed as “a tomato based sauce packed with vinegar and spices.”

According to The Mirror the monarch, 95 years old, is a big fan of new sauces but rarely uses condiments in her daily life.

Recently, Her Majesty’s former personal chef revealed which fast food items she loves the most and suggested that she may even personalize her orders.



Despite being on sale in the royal shop, Her Majesty rarely uses condiments herself 
Her Majesty does not use condiments even though they are available in the royal shops. 

Darren O’Grady worked 15 years in the Royal Kitchen as Queen’s personal chef. He also cooked for Prince Harry and Prince William during his time at Buckingham Palace.

He disclosed that Her Majesty would attempt to avoid fast-food as much as possible but that she had a fondness for one guilty pleasure — hamburgers.

Former Royal Chef revealed that the Queen preferred a unique twist to the recipe. She would ask for a burger without a bun.

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