Vampire Relish Hot Tomato Salsa, The Garlic Farm 275g
Special Price£3.40Regular Price£4.25
Vampire Relish Hot Tomato Salsa 275g A blood-red tomato salsa with serious garlic undertones makes this the ideal associate for El-Gringo Burgers or with a session of Jamaican Jerk Cheese and Biscuits.
Vampire Relish Hot Tomato SalsaA blood-red tomato salsa with serious garlic undertones makes this the ideal associate for El-Gringo Burgers or with a session of Jamaican Jerk Cheese and Biscuits. Try Vampire Relish as an alternative to tomato sauce or to stir through your pasta dish and then grate plenty of Black Bob on top.
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Delivery to all of the UK including highland and Isles for standard mainland prices, delivering Tuesday to Sunday usually next day. Please note this is not a guaranteed service and may be subject to slight delays during peak times.
Sending to the UK
We use Royal Mail Tracked 24 service, who provide email updates on the progress of your delivery. Please note that a signature may be required, parcels containing alcohol must be signed for by someone over 18 years of age. Please note that if you are not able to accept the parcel you will need to collect this from your local sorting office.
Sending to the USA
We deliver to the USA on a 1 – 3 day service with DHL Express Worldwide, calculated at the checkout stage. Once your parcel is dispatched, you will receive a tracking number to follow its progress.
Sending to the EU – CURRENTLY SUSPENDED
Due to unexpected events surrounding Brexit and the trade deal between the UK and the EU we have had to suspend the sending of any parcels to the EU. The reason for this is that the EU now requires an EHC document with every consignment sent into the EU. This is a Veterinary Surgeon issues health certificate costing £180.00 each. This is normally only a requirement for wholesale bulk shipments to any country, all non-EU countries have an exemption for personal consumption. The EU however does not have this arrangement and therefore both a pallet of cheese and a single cheese now require a health certificate. We are publicly fighting to change this situation and we very much hope that common sense prevails and freedom of choice for consumers is restored.