Wednesday, 08 April 2015 - 11:36
Elephant House spices up Easter with Black Forest Sausages

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

The idea of Black Forest Sausage originated with the globally famed Black Forest Ham which was launched in Germany years ago and made according to legendary secret recipes.

New Black Forest Sausage from Elephant House carries all such secrets with its legendary story and is the newest addition to create cheer. Elephant House has been a distinctively Sri Lankan brand since its launch in 1966, providing consumers with premium products that are beyond international standards. It’s the only premium sausage that has managed to touch the hearts of many Sri Lankans who truly love and cherish the legendary taste. The spicy flavors-quality meet combination makes it one of the top contenders in the market that no other can match and compare.

Elephant house sausages have always remained unbeatable in its delivery of giving and will continue its journey of offering many different varieties combined with distinct flavors and tastes to make our Sri Lankan sausage lovers opened to a world of unmatchable tastes opined Neil Samarasinghe Vice President of Sales and Marketing of Keells Foods PLC.

The Black Forest Sausage is the perfect treat for your table in this Easter. Taking time off with your family and friends to savor this concoction this season and creating more unforgettable memories undoubtedly will bring cheer to all of you in this festive season.
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