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Cornish Charcuterie chilli chorizo sticks are made using prime cuts from our home-reared Cornish Lop herd. Prepared in the traditional way, they spice and enhance the rare breed meat with classic additions of pepper, paprika and crush chillies. The sausages are then lightly smoked and left to mature.

 

The spicing is subtle at first and builds to a noticeable kick without masking the flavour of the pork.

Vacuum packaged for freshness, these sticks make a perfect rustic edition to any picnic basket, hamper or charcuterie board. They also look fantastic hanging up in the kitchen. 

 

These chorizo sticks can be stored in a cool, dry place and have a shelf life of 4 weeks.

 

Ingredients: pork 178%, chilli flakes 0.40%, spices, salt, preservative: E250 sodium nitrate.

Size 32mm / approx. 80g

Cornish Charcuterie - Chilli Chorizo Stick 80g

£3.50Price
  • Cornish Charcuterie is an award-winning artisan producer of British Charcuterie founded by Richard and Fionagh Harding. Originally planning to move to a small farm with a few acres, they ended up falling in love with 350-acre farm Norton Barton, which needed a business to make it work. Cornish Charcuterie was born and now in its sixth year, supplies an award-winning range of both soft and hard British Charcuterie.

     

    FINE ARTISAN BRITISH CHARCUTERIE

    Cornish Charcuterie are renowned for their artisan British salami and chorizo, made by hand in Cornwall from home reared Cornish lop pork.  Chose from classic traditional flavours, to the icon seaweed and cider salami, made to evoke the flavours of Cornwall.

     

    The Artisan General Store

    We decided to include Cornish Charcuterie products along side Somerset Charcuterie and Chiltern Charcuterie because they really complement the range. If you like a firm charcuterie then Somerset is the one for you; a softer charcuterie, go for Chiltern and if you want a charcuterie featuring a slightly higher Cornish Lop Pork fat ratio, then go for the Cornish. All different but all delicious!

  • Norton Barton Artisan Food Village created by Richard and Fionagh Harding.

     

    Originally planning to move to a small farm with a few acres, they ended up falling in love with 350-acre farm Norton Barton. To make the proposition work they needed a viable business...and so the Norton Barton Artisan Village was born. A wonderful collection of artisans products, ranging from Charcuterie, Rum, Crackers and Pates.

     

    Amazingly, they have ended up with a quite exceptional range of high quality products...truly a jack of all trades and a master of all!