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1608 Soy Sauce

Barcham | May 22, 201910:35 AM     1

I am always picking up different things at my local Asian grocery that I never see in a regular grocery store or the usual Asian products that they sell at a much lower price. So I was really surprised to come across a relatively small bottle, about 350ml I guess, of soy sauce for over $17.00 right beside the usual Pearl River Bridge for $2.59. I've tried to search for it on the net but have come up empty. I asked at the shop and they just told me it was a very special soy sauce that they only get on the rare occasion but had no other info on it.

So I thought I'd post a picture of the bottle and see if anyone knows anything about this soy sauce before I go and spend what is a really high price for something that may be disappointing. I hope someone has some idea, because if not I think it's obvious that I'm going to pick up a bottle eventually. It's just calling out to me! LOLOL

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