Such a lovely tasty snack. Definitely recommend. Problem is I can’t find it anywhere any more! Ocado stopped selling it!!! Please make available online
Travelling to Cyprus for 3 weeks so took a box with me for healthy snacks.
Would love it if you did a fatty version 😄
Delicious, healthy, reasonable price. Can't fault.
Hubby and I love it! Most biltong on the market I found uses about 165g beef for every 100g of biltong, Ember uses 220g. Great quality and taste. Highly recommend it.
I couldn’t rate them better, I love this Biltong
I’ve had venison many times but this experience stood out. Delicious, succulent and moorish. I love that they use quinoa to reduce the fat content. I will definitely be buying more. Can’t wait to try the Biltong.
A great source of protein on the go! Ideal for people who love snacking healthy!
10/10, Love the wild Venison, the Look, the smell, the Texture & Taste, not overly “Game” tasting, just right, could easily munch several bags throughout the Day, Low in calories and near zero Carbs, perfect if you follow a Low Carb/ Keto or Carnivore way of Eating. Can already imagine combining it with other ingredients to produce a light Summer salad- let’s indulge- wild Venison combined with chopped Lettuce, sliced salad Tomatoes, Hard Boiled Eggs, cheese coleslaw from M&*, small handful of broken up walnuts, maybe a little pomegranate seeds and some Clementine orange segments, A little imagination is all that’s Required. Anyway just ordered two Boxes online as this will be a Regular part of my way of Eating. Well Done on producing a great product.
I came across the Venison charcuterie in my local shop, and not only is it very reasonably priced, it tastes absolutely amazing! My whole family loved it and can't wait to make a very large order. As I also subscribe to Slimming World, this is a perfect snack item as well as meal ingredient.
This is a delicious biltong, much superior to other brands, full of protein and healthy.
I want to post a counter-argument to the fellow who is concerned about sodium nitrate and potassium sorbate. Sodium nitrate is a form of salt used to preserve food. It can be found in plants and still water. It will only cause problems if you overdose with 3.7 milligrams per kilo of body weight, which is far from the reality of this snack. Potassium Sorbate is a salt derivative of sorbic acid, an unsaturated fat that's also used as a food preservative. It's safe to consume, doesn't accumulate in the body, and it breaks down into carbon dioxide and then water.
So the biltong is perfectly safe. Go ahead and try it.