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Have You Ever Tried Irish Biltong?

Do you know what makes Irish beef so great?  The grass.  Ireland has the perfect climate for growing grass and the animals get to feed on this grass at pasture.

Last March, my son and his girlfriend took a trip to Ireland for St Patrick's week and explored the beautiful countryside.  He sent me so many beautiful photos of luscious green grass, rolling hills and cliffs, and tempting photos of the delicious foods that Ireland offered.

Recently I was sent a special care package from Bawnmore, an Irish beef brand, made here in the United States, which contained their delicious jerky and biltong. Before I was sent this quality package from Bawnmore, I had personally never heard of Biltong, so I did a bit of research on it.

Biltong is like the caviar of jerky.  It is made from grass fed premium beef, like sirloin, and is brined, then dried.  Jerky is made differently, it is smoked. While both are very delicious, they both have somewhat different textures and tastes.

Bawnmore's quality Irish beef Jerky and Biltong brand,  has delicious flavors including:

Strips of Irish roast-cut beef flavored with gluten-free soy sauce, Colman's mustard  and a hint of smoke.   28g of protein.

This Southeast Asia inspired  flavor is spicy with layered heat.  It has hints of citrus, clove and Thai chili atop a coconut base.  30g of protein.

Traditional Biltong
Air dried, thick sliced. Traditional Irish meats meet South African Inspiration.   31g of protein

This high protein, low carb snack is gluten-free, has no added sugar, and is delicious and  filling.

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Disclosure:  I received samples of these products.  I was not required to write a review, but I enjoyed them, so I did.


  1. I hadn't heard of these before now. They sound really unique and delicious!

    1. My son came by yesterday and I showed them to him. He confiscated the remainder. He loves jerky. When I told him it was made from Irish beef his eyes lit up. He was in Ireland last St Patrick's week.


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