Sometimes, companies just get it right. Ya know? See: Ink. Ink soy sauce is delicious and so simple to use– dash, drizzle, pour, dunk. From stir-fry to burgers to marinades to dipping sauces to salad dressings, every drop of Ink soy sauce brings more to the table, grill and wok than any other soy sauce. Each bottle is concocted from real ingredients, and crafted in small batches with naturally brewed non-GMO soy sauce.
We talked to Angela from TX about INK Soy Sauce, and here is what she had to say:
Q: In one word, how would you describe the soy sauce?
“ It is a zesty, full-bodied sauce with tangy, sharp, roasted garlic notes and a rich, nutty finish. ”
Q: Describe the soy sauce, in one line.
Angela: It is a zesty, full-bodied sauce with tangy, sharp, roasted garlic notes and a rich, nutty finish.
Q: What leading flavor do you taste in the soy sauce?
Angela: I taste some sweetness, along with a tangy, salty kick. I also taste a strong kick of garlic and what I think is the nuttiness of the sesame seed oil.
Q: Describe the flavor, in one line.
Angela: The flavor is tangy and biting, with spicy garlic notes and a deep nutty finish.
Q: How did you or will you use INK Soy Sauce?
Angela: I would add a splash of Ink Soy Sauce to brighten up a normally boring tuna noodle casserole, giving it some extra flavor and tang. It would be great as a dip for chicken, before coating the chicken in crispy French onions. Also, I would coat brisket in a sweet dry rub and then cook it in the crockpot with Ink's Garlic Sesame Soy Sauce and BBQ sauce, and then cook my famous garlic skillet broccoli with a cup or two of the soy sauce to make a delicious Asian-inspired meal.