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Aberdeen Angus Beef Brisket

Aberdeen Angus Beef Brisket

Aberdeen Angus Beef Brisket

(1.00 kg)

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Aberdeen Angus Beef Brisket.

Brisket is a fatty cut and this is more so on Grass Fed Aberdeeen Angus and this helps produce such wonderful flavour. If you are a pork belly lover this is the cut for you.  Well suited to slow cooking where the fat melts away and helps form a deep rich gravy.

Aberdeen Angus Beef is famous in Britain because the marbling that evenly runs through the meat gives the beef its renowned rich and indulgent flavour. Paul believes that it is the quality of his grass that makes his Aberdeen Angus taste so superb, his ethos is “great, healthy grass produces delicious, healthy beef".

Paul also keeps a Shorthorn Bull and a Hereford Bull two other fine tasting heritage breeds, and occasionally you may receive Aberdeen Angus beef crossed with one of these bulls. The Shorthorn produces excellent beef with a fine grain and buttery texture and the Hereford is renowned for converting lush pastures into succulent beef. Both breed's beef is also well marbled and a neat layer of fat to be found on their cuts, giving tender beef, hearty and full of old fashioned beefy flavour.

Delivery Details

Delivery is FREE over £100, otherwise £7.50

Unfortunately we are unable to send goods to the following postcodes: AB31-56, BT1-94, FK17-21, GY1-10, HS1-9,IM1-9, IV1-63, JE1-5, KA27-28, KW0-17, PA20-78, PH15-50, TR21-25, ZE1-3.

Shipping Facts

Orders are dispatched each week on Wednesdays & Thursdays. Please order by 5pm on Tuesday to receive that week. 

Minimum Order Details

There is a minimum order of £50

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9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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Meet the retailer

Bramblebee Farm

Bramblebee Farm specialise in Aberdeen Angus Beef and Old Spot Pork, from the middle of the fertile Fens. Paul Day and family practise regenerative agriculture, believing that great grass produces great's all natural, traditional, but forward thinking, eco-friendly, rearing several native breeds that suit the "slow food" system.


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