This tin is inspired by a dish that has long graced royal tables across Portugal. Mackerel in mustard sauce was a dish for the wealthy as mustard was a unique item most couldn't afford at first. To have it on your table meant you were somebody. As mustard became more available to the common people and so everyone was able to enjoy a taste of the good life. The rich mustard sauce cutting through and balancing the mackerel is a unique and exquisite experience. This tin is ready to eat once you pop the top. Get yourself some bread and have a go.
Berthe is a company that stands for greatness. They are a brand under the Ramirez Company which was founded in 1853. It is widely considered the oldest operating tinned fish company in the world. They have been long time innovators as well as sticklers for greatness. Those two things have been the reason they have lasted over 150 years. Every tin is hand packed and tinned with the best ingredients from around Portugal. In my opinion the Berthe brand has that little something extra to it. Almost French in its refinement more than the simple origins most tins come from.