125g x 12 x 1
|Product:||Beef & Yeast Extract|
|Product Category:||Grocery > Preserves & Spreads > Yeast Extract|
- Warm up & re-charge
Bovril - a great, hearty drink, warming millions with it's beefy taste since 1886.
Do you know your Bovril history?
In 1888, the year the Football League was established, over 3000 pubs and bars were serving hot cups of Bovril.
In 1902, Captain Scott and Ernest Shackleton celebrated Christmas Day with a Bovril drink.
In 1936 Bovril extract and milk was a popular drink! Add a teaspoon of Bovril paste to a glass of hot milk and stir.
Product formulations may vary and consumers should always check the actual product label.
Bovril is a thick beef and yeast extract that's been warming the nation with its beefy taste since 1886. Add to a mug of hot water and enjoy as a hearty drink, spread on toast, or use it as a rich, beefy stock for your favourite British dishes.
Do you know your Bovril history? In 1871, a Scot named John Lawson Johnston won a 'canned beef' contract to feed Napoleon's troops with his invention "Johnston's Fluid Beef". Renamed Bovril in 1886, the Great British drink we know and love was born.
On Christmas Day in 1902, Captain Scott and Ernest Shackleton supped on a warming cup of Bovril after a chilling four-hour march across the South Pole.
In 1968, the year Bovril production moved from London to Burton on Trent, Burton Football Club was saved from relegation when Stevenage Town left the Southern League! In 1994, enough Bovril drink was made to fill 90 million match day mugs!
Beef Stock (41%) [Water, Beef Bones, Beef], Yeast Extract (27%) [contains Barley], Water, Salt, Colour (E150c), Corn Starch, Flavour Enhancers [Disodium Inosinate, Disodium Guanylate), Acid (Lactic Acid), Flavourings (contain Celery, Barley, Wheat)
|per 100g||per portion**|
|of which Saturates||0.5g||<0.1g|
|of which Sugars||1.7g||<0.5g|
|**1 portion = 12g (one good teaspoon) (jar contains 10 portions)|
- Contains Celery
- May Contain Eggs
- May Contain Milk
- May Contain Mustard
- Contains Wheat
- Contains Barley
- Pack Type: Jar
- 10 Servings
Preparation and Usage
Sip It: Simply add one good teaspoonful (12g) to a mug of hot water, stir and enjoy as a warming drink
Spread It: Bovril Beef is delicious spread on toast!
Stir It: For a burst of rich, beefy flavour, stir into your favourite British dishes as a stock
Store in a cool dark place.
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