Rare Breed Sample Pack

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Very limited Rare Breed Beef at Turnbull's for the discerning Beef Connoisseur. This pack contains: 

 

  • 1kg Galloway Sirloin Roasting Joint 
  • Four 8oz Luing Ribeye Steaks 
  • Four Aberdeen Angus / Galloway Beef Steak Burgers 
  • Four Luing Prime Rump Steaks 
  • 1lb of Galloway Stewing Steak 
  • 1lb of Aberdeen Angus Mince 
  • A Bottle of Carmenere Ventopuro (75cl, 14%)

Aberdeen Angus from Ross Wilson at Ingram Valley 

Aberdeen-Angus cattle are certainly Scotland’s most famous native breed and they are a highly popular breed for beef production across the world. The breed originates from the Scottish counties of Aberdeenshire and Angus, hence the breed’s name. The beef is renowned for it’s excellent eating quality; being well marbled adds to the flavour and tenderness of Aberdeen-Angus beef.

Luing from Tom & Neil Gibson at Willowford Farm

Luing, originates from the island of Luing in Argyll off the west coast of Scotland. It was the Cadzow brothers who famously saw the potential in combining the highly complementary qualities of The Beef Shorthorn, with its excellent conformation, together with Highlander, one of  the UKs hardiest breeds. It became an officially recognised breed in in 1965 and since then has grown in popularity worldwide. They are also perfect for grass finishing and go on to produce top-quality eating beef with a distinct flavour and tenderness.

Galloway from Alister Paterson at  Stoneykirk

Galloway cattle are renowned for being one of the UKs oldest and purest native breeds. They are a very sturdy breed and are able to live off all types of land. The female sucklers are also renowned for producing superb beef calves that are of the highest quality.

At the 2009 Royal Highland Show the Galloway breed won all the major trophies, something which had never been achieved before, truly highlighting the breeds overall qualities. Due to all of the above Galloway cattle produce a natural and flavoursome beef which is in high demand across the UK.