Smoked meats from Rannoch Smokery

24 September 2008 by
Smoked meats from Rannoch Smokery

Scotland's family-run specialist meat and game smoker, Rannoch Smokery, has unveiled a range of award-winning smoked products for the foodservice sector, including venison, goose and carpaccio.

Supplied in pre-sliced 250g skin-wrapped packs for effective portion control, the products are ready to serve and have a natural shelf life of between 35 and 90 days, with no additional preservatives.

The smoked products, which also include pheasant, lamb, duck and pressed game terrine, are sourced where possible from sustainable Scottish sources and adhere to high standards of animal welfare.

Wild Scottish red deer are used to create the signature Smoked Wild Venison product, which is cured and traditionally smoked over whisky-infused oak chips.

Prime chicken breasts are cured in an infusion of herbs before smoking, and the Smoked Goose is described as encompassing flavours of sherry, ginger and garlic.

Gigots of Scotch lamb are cured in a blend of spices, herbs and lemon juice, and whisky-infused oak smoke adds flavour and character to the slow-cured Scotch beef.

Orders are dispatched Monday to Thursday, for delivery next day.

To buy it, call 01796 471846Rannoch Smokery

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