What is fish sauce?
Fish sauce, or nước mắm, is a type condiments that is composed of fermented fish and salt and has transparency of malt vinegar and the color of amber. It is traditional used in numerous cuisines including Vietnamese, Thai, Philippines, Chinese, Japanese and Korean.
What is Phu Quoc Fish Sauce?
Phu Quoc Fish Sauce is a fish sauce made exclusively on Phu Quoc insland, Vietnam. The waters around Phu Quoc have high amount of seaweed and plankton which serves as the foods source for the anchovies. That is why this land is know to produce the highest quality fish sauce in Vietnam, If not the world. While any kind of fish can be used to make fish sauce, Phu Quoc Fish Sauce is made exclusively form anchovies caught in the water surrounding the Phu Quoc archipelago.
Phu Quoc Fish sauce is made with carefully selected Phu Quoc anchovies that are superior in quality, freshness, and safety. Fresh Phu Quoc anchovies are fermented with sea salt in a large wooden vats using a traditional method to create clear drops of 40°N first-press fish sauce that are condensed in texture and original in flavor. The product stands out with its high natural protein content and a savory saltiness at the tip of the tongue that continues to spread and leave a loving after-taste.
“Phu Quoc fish sauce” is one of the famous sauces having created the brand for more than 200 years- the quintessence of traditional Vietnamese condiments and their decades-long history.
Ingredient: Fresh anchovy, sea salt.
Usage: Used as a dip and a flavor enhancer for any dish.
Storage: Keep in dry, cool place and keep away direct sunlight. Keep tightly closed after using.