Domino’s pizza fans know that the brand’s signature Garlic & Herb dip is a must on any takeaway order.
The tasty, but tiny dips come with the pizzas on the lid of the box, but they are rarely big enough for those that can’t get enough of the unique taste.
Although you can add extra pots of the tasty sauce to your order, Domino’s has now gone one better with its latest launch.
For the first time, Domino’s has launched a bottle of its iconic pizza sauce, The Drizzler.
The Drizzler comes in 320ml bottles that have been specially designed so customers can drizzle the dip over any size of pizza without worrying about running out.
The popular pizza chain hopes the product will suit both sides of the “to dunk or to drizzle” debate.
Domino’s polled more than 20,000 Instagram followers on how they eat their dips and one in five said they preferred to drizzle it over the pizza slices, reports Express.co.uk.
However, this isn’t always easy with the small pots - while the Big Dip, which is four times the size of the regular pot, is ideal for dunking.
The new product is available from Friday, August 14 - but it won’t be around for long.
Only 800 bottles of the limited-edition sauce have been made, so customers will have to be quick if they want to get their hands on one.
But the good news is that Domino’s is giving them away for free with certain orders this weekend.
Details are a bit sketchy, but Garlic & Herb fans who order The Big Dip as part of their order might be treated to a bottle of the famous sauce for free.
The Big Dip is £1.69 and serves four people - so even if you’re not lucky enough to get a bottle, you should have plenty to go round.
Josh Engleman, Domino's Master Drizzler, said: “Many of us have difficulty with the drizzling dilemma we face with the Garlic & Herb dunk-friendly pot.
“So we’re extremely excited to be launching our exclusive Domino’s Drizzler bottle with a design tried and perfected by our willing volunteers over lockdown.”
Fans will be selected at random to receive the coveted bottle while stocks last.