At last an English air-dried ham to rival the European stars. Aged for 18-months, it’s a sublime flavour to savour.
If you want to find Britain’s most exciting pair of charcutiers go no further than a farm in the heart of the Kentish Weald called Owley Farm. Here you’ll discover British Charcuterie pioneers John Doig and Ian Jones, owners of Moons Green Charcuterie.
Obsessive about the craft they have been pursuing for almost ten years, they are the team who inspired the invention of many local classics of the young British charcuterie movement. They created the now ubiquitous, and utterly delicious, Beer Sticks. They make a uniquely British version of ‘Nduja - the soft salami famous for its heat and spreadability.
They make more than 20 different saucissons using British ingredients at every opportunity. Their air-dried meats are all melt-in-the-mouth local versions of European classics. Situated bang in the middle of some of the best livestock farms in the country they source free range meat of unbeatable quality. As they say, “we have a cure for people who are fed up with factory food”
Thinly sliced in 60g portions.
Supplied by Moons Green Charcuterie