Charcuterie selection
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Charcuterie selection

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British charcuterie is something special these days and in this seasonally-changing selection we show you why.

We have handpicked independent producers who we really rate. All of our producers use slow grown, heritage and native breed animals for real depth of flavour. Your box will contain a range of 5-6 cured meats - from whole muscle cuts to encased varieties.

Your selection will be chosen to provide you with a true taste of the incredible range of products that British charcuterie can offer.

330g total average weight

Our charcuterie is available for next day delivery and sent via courier direct from our producers. Unlike fresh meat, our charcuterie is shipped at ambient temperature as all the meat is cured. Your box will be with you within 24hrs of packing.

We recommend storing your charcuterie in your fridge at home, but allowing it to come up to room temperature before consumption.

This products in this selection may contain the following allergens:

If you are concerned about allergens, it may be more beneficial to select your own charcuterie, as all the allergy information is available on each product page.

For any further information please contact us on 02037138413 or at


We have charcuterie subscriptions available - just head to the subscriptions area of our site to find out more.

Quick recipe ideas

You've got it all here; enjoy as a charcuterie board on it's own or pair with some of our cheese for the ultimate way to finish off a late night dinner party, or even to enjoy as nibbles before hand!

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Whole muscle vs. encased

Cured meats can be split into two categories. Whole muscle meats are made with the whole muscle of an animal (picture a Serano ham) and are typically air dried or smoked. Encased meats (like your classic salami) use chopped or ground meat which typically fermented and 'encased' to hold everything together

A leading light of British charcuterie making, James Swift of Trealy Farm is an absolute favourite of ours

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Charcuterie selection

Charcuterie selection


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