Historians believe they have found the original Lea and Perrins’ Worcestershire sauce recipe, which could be 150-years-old.
A former accountant at the company found the closely guarded recipe lying in a skip, on the firm’s grounds.
Brian Keogh, who died in 2006, said that he discovered the original recipe in two leather-bound folios written in sepia ink. The recipe was written in two different styles of handwriting, which analysts believe was due to the fact that no one knew the entire recipe. His daughter Bonnie Clifford is now working with the museum to test the papers.
The classic condiment is thought to contain ingredients including cloves, vinegar, pickles and tamoraide.
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