And I'm still trying Fancy Spanish Fish.
Matiz Gallego. Are you kidding? I got these at Whole Paycheck.
TG. He talked about communicating with the breweries direct and hooking them up with distributors just to get their beer. I said I'd check back.
dines. Three big fish. They are superb. Firm, moist, there is a spine bone, and I like it. From the website:
Our Matiz Gallego sardines are harvested off the coast of Galicia, known for its exceptional seafood. Traditional methods are used that respect the biological cycles of the species, as well as avoiding harm to other sea creatures. Lights are used to attract schools of sardines to the surface, where small nets await to bring them aboard the fishing vessel.Four out of Five Tins.
Once harvested, the sardines are prepared by hand using old master cannery know-how and then packed with the highest quality ingredients to produce a sardine that is moist, tender, and uncommonly flavorful.
Matiz product, was the Pulpo. Visually perfect, amazing texture, but the flavor was quite lacking. The Albo was much better. Two out of Five for flavor, but texture and presentation makes it Three out of Five Tins.
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