Well, looks like the saying is true and you do learn something new every day.
Upon perambulating through a local butchers in Wales today, Jared Huet was not expecting to have his world shook by what seems to be a chaotic fusion of Irish and Asian food products propped up in the freezer aisle.
— Jared Huet (@jaredhuet) July 20, 2017
He got in contact with Lovin Dublin to get us on the case - and boy, have we learned new things.
The product, described by the stockist as ''Smooth and fruity with a spicy aftershock/kick'', is produced by Dinaclass, and is shipped to different countries around the world for those craving the sweet sauce that is only served in Irish Chinese eateries.
The product contains: Sugar, Wheatflour, Onion Powder, Spices (including Mustard), Salt, Palm Oil, Tomato Powder, Flavour Enhancer (E621), Yeast Extract (Sait), Sunflower Oil, Tomato Paste, Rice Flour, Colours (E100, E160c), Garlic Powder, Chilli Powder (Spices, Salt, Herb, Garlic), Herb - and is currently out of stock on Musgraves' website, probably due to it all being shipped to Wales, apparently.
Who knew we were such Asian cuisine specialists!
Thanks again to Jared for sharing this with us - the people truly did need to know.