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Seasonal greetings for Elephant House sausages lovers


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Elephant House sausage range is vast varying from chicken to beef to pork concocted with a unique difference to drive the ultimate desire of food high and fineness. It is made with utmost care and the best spices and highest quality meats are used to craft this traditional legendary recipe which is truly irresistible and unmatchable. 

Elephant House sausages once again has revolutionised the aspects of taste with the launch of its limited edition range to celebrate the Christmas joy with the beloved. Elephant House Cumberland Sausages, Elephant House Black Forest Sausages, Elephant House Smokey Cheesy Chicken Sausages and Elephant House Gammon Steak are the goodies introduced by Elephant House sausage brand to add cheer and colour for the Christmas table. 

The Traditional Cumberland Sausage has been a signature dish of Cumbria-England, for centuries and valued and sought after by renowned chefs and food critics across the world and loved by many ‘foodies’. It is a spiral coil shaped which makes it unique amongst all sausages. 

Black Forest sausage is a pork based sausage and its piquancy is brought to life with a palatable mix of aroma and flavour of natural spices from Sri Lanka. Among these spices are cardamom, nutmeg, onion, garlic and lemongrass which give a truly unique flavour to the Black Forest Sausage which no other sausage has in the world. Its unique flavour is enhanced further with sultana dates that give succulence and juiciness delivering a hint of sweet taste.

Smokey Cheesy Chicken sausage is a product that has been cured with the use of aromatic wood, which is scorched to produce smoke. The smoke gives the sausage a distinctive flavour busting with cheese and will make merry for you in this Christmas.

Elephant House Gammon steak is yet another revelation of Elephant House legendary recipes blended with idiosyncratic array of flavours. 

Speaking on this seasonal product launched, Head of Sales and Marketing and John Keells Holdings Vice President Neil Samarasinghe opined, “Elephant House Sausages introduces seasonal products every Christmas and we have seen our success in reaching consumers better and been a part of their Christmas tables every year. These limited editions are special and unique to celebrate the joy of Christmas with your loved ones and friends.

Elephant House Seasonal range is now available at every supermarket island wide and especially from Keells Supers all HSBC Credit Card holders are entitled to a 20% off on the entire Elephant House Processed Meats range until 31 December. 

 


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