Monday, February 19, 2007

Marmite Guinness

A new version of Marmite flavoured with Guinness has launched in the UK.

Its flavour is described as less salty and less meaty than the original savoury spread.

Guinness Marmite is made with a strain of yeast used to make the Irish drink.

Guinness Marmite

Some 300,000 jars of the black-coloured Guinness Marmite went on sale from this weekend.

There is no alcohol in the new spread, which will be sold in 250g jars priced at around £2.49.

And I'll bet it tastes as awful as the original.

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