IT takes real bottle to go for Gold.
But if that bottle contains Sheffield’s favourite black stuff then at least you’ve got a head start.
Now a very special limited edition bottle of Henderson’s Relish is set to hit the shops.
Down at the famous factory in Leavygreave Road they’ve been busy preparing to launch a bottle to mark the remarkable Olympic success of Sheffield’s very own Jessica Ennis.
Instead of the usual Orange label this one is pure gold.
And fittingly the label reads “Congratulations Jess - Strong and Northern”.
To launch the special bottle the people at Hendo’s invited three up and coming Sheffield athletes who have been brought up on the stuff.
Kick boxers Jordan Chilton, Blayne Armitage and Joe McGovan all train at Powers martial arts Centre in Stannington. And, like Jess, they all recently struck gold for team GB at the World Martial Arts Games which were held earlier this month in Telford.
World Champion Joe from Hillsborough who works as a martial Arts instructor beat a tough New Zealander to strike gold.
Aston High School pupil Jordan Chilton, 14, from Aston went one better.
He won an amazing two golds plus a silver and Blayne, 14 from Longley who attends All Saints also took gold.
Henderson’s spokeswoman Liz Castleton said: “Just like Jess these lads did Sheffield proud. Strong and Northern is Henderson’s motto and that’s exactly what they all are.”