Kitchen Bouquet Products
Enhance the Flavor and Color of Meats With Kitchen Bouquet Products
Kitchen Bouquet browning sauce was invented by K. G. Tournades in 1882. Tournades, a candy maker, had been experimenting with caramel and discovered a savory gravy could be made by adding spices and vegetable juice. His browning sauce soon became a staple in kitchens across America. Read more
In 1971, the Kitchen Bouquet brand was acquired by The Clorox Company. The original recipe for Kitchen Bouquet products is still used, and is considered a confidential asset. Professional chefs still consider Kitchen Bouquet a secret ingredient and use it for a variety of applications, including adding color to meats, darkening gravies and soups, and even as an ingredient in cocktails.