The Queen Enters The Ketchup Business With Two Sauces

As England is getting ready to celebrate with the Queen as she will be marking the 70th year of her reign on 6 February 2022, Her Royal Highness has released her own line of condiments which are made from the ingredients grown on her Sandringham estate.

The royal sauce collection consists of a tomato ketchup sauce, as well as brown sauce. The Queen’s tomato ketchup is described to be “ideal for breakfast or any time of the day”, while the brown sauce is described to be “packed with vinegar and spices”.

“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,” says a note on the package of each bottle of sauce.

In 2020, Queen Elizabeth released her own alcohol brand after many sources revealed that the monarch was a huge fan of gin, and enjoyed having her meals with a glass in hand.

Buckingham Palace Gin is created using fine ingredients from the gardens of the Queen’s London residence such as hawthorn berries, lemon verbena, and mulberry leaves.

In 2021, Queen Elizabeth took the beer industry by storm when she launched a beer brewed from Sandringham Estate.

Her Royal Highness’s latest condiments offering also come with a royal price tag: over $9 for a 10 oz. glass bottle.

While the product launch may seem unexpected, the Queen is said to be a hamburger fan, so the palace kitchen is likely well-stocked with condiments. However, former royal chef Darren McGrady said that the monarch prefers her burger without a bun, eaten with a knife and fork and served with cranberries rather than ketchup.