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The Gourmet Sauce Co Tasmania. Just a short drive from Launceston at a beautiful historic town called Evandale. Just off the main road and easy to access. Home of the finest quality jams and sauces. And did I say relish?! I relished in my time...More
Parking no problem. Went in to find a bus load of Asians lined up across the front door for the toilet blocking the way into the small room that had the product to purchase. We didn't find anything we wanted to buy and left to...More
Quite a range of sauces, jams, mustards, chutneys, pasta sauces, etc. You can taste any of them. Even tasted a mini bowl of hot pasta sauce. Would loved to have bought a selection of mini sauces to take home (on plane). But only had jams...More
Certainly, a lovely place to wrap up a trip to Tasmania. visit the lovely topiary and little farm (free range chickens and guinea fowls), manicured garden amid enjoyed a cook-out session (on advance booking subject to group size).
The best place to buy "a taste"...More
We visited this company on a recommendation from locals. They weren't wrong. The staff bent over backwards to provide the history of the company. They were only too happy to allow you to taste anything and everything. No pressure to buy. We brought a few...More
106landscape, Owner at Tasmanian Gourmet Sauce Company, responded to this reviewResponded 7 September 2017
We came from Melbourne to Launceston to visit family and dropped in on our way to Hobart and we are so glad we did! Eric was such an amazing representative of the company and had so much knowledge, passion and love for the sauces and...More
The name of the business says it all.
Such variety for either a sweet or savoury palate.
Tomato Relish, Seeded Mustards, and one of the best Chilli jams you will ever taste. Preserves, jams and jellies. Made from seasonal fresh Tasmanian produce.
A trip to...More
The young man doing the free tastings was so friendly, knowledgeable, and helpful. He was able to answer all of our dumb questions about where the ingredients for the different chutneys and jams etc., were sourced from. He also gave us a brief history of...More