Clearspring - Organic Tamari Soya Sauce Multiple Sizes

Clearspring - Organic Tamari Soya Sauce Multiple Sizes

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Quick Description

The Clearspring Organic Tamari Double Strength Soya Sauce is made using traditional Japanese methods, giving it a delicious umami flavour that is simply unmatched!

Key Information

  • Traditional Japanese Tamari Soya Sauce
  • Naturally Gluten-Free
  • Available in 150ml/250ml/500ml/1L
  • Organic and Kosher
  • Low in Sugar and Fat-Free
  • Award-Winning

Product Overview

Introducing the award-winning Double Strength Organic Tamari Soya Sauce by Clearspring.

Made using twice as much soya beans as standard soya sauces (ten parts soya beans to five parts water), this Tamari Soya Sauce boasts an amazing depth of flavour that you won’t find in any other product.

The rich, full-bodied flavour of Clearspring Tamari Soya Sauce can be used in just about any dish. Add this cupboard staple to your stir fries, sauces, marinades, or enjoy it alongside your favourite avocado maki. You can even use it as a replacement for salt in your favourite recipes!

The Clearspring Tamari Soya Sauce is naturally gluten-free due to the lengthy fermentation process it undergoes before it is bottled.


Soya Beans (46%), Water, Sea Salt, Mirin (Sweet Rice, Water, Cultured Rice).
Organically Grown

Frequently Asked Questions

How is the Clearspring Organic Tamari Soya Sauce made?

Using brilliant craftsmanship and a centuries-old recipe, the Yaemon family has been making this exceptional Tamari Soya Sauce for over six generations.

Tamari Soya Sauce is made by adding koji culture (a fermentation agent) to soya beans which are then added to wooden cedar kegs to age over two summers.

At the beginning of fermentation, a process called ‘kumikake’ is performed. This involves mixing the liquid on a daily basis for up to three months.

The soya beans are pressed using the same stones that have been used for over 500 years. The pressing process is what gives the soya sauce its aroma, flavour, colour, texture, and unique umami-ness.