Dexter

Pint Sized Ancient Irish Cattle

Native Breed

The smallest breed of cattle in Europe, the Dexter was bred in Tipperary in the 1750s from descendants of the ancient black cattle kept by the early Celts. Dexters were endangered in the 1930s, but now thanks to their ability to mature early feeding on grass and the impeccable eating quality of its neat, small cuts, the breed is bouncing back. This welcome resurgence has been aided hugely by frequent television appearances, and chefs heralding the standout quality of its beef.



Tasting Notes: Gamey, Mellow, Sweet

32 Days Dry-Aged Dexter Fillet Steak

2 X 150g (5.3oz)

£29.65

Only 18 Left

32 Days Dry-Aged Dexter Sirloin Steak

2 X 250g (8.8oz)

£21.80

32 Days Dry-Aged Dexter Rib Eye Steak

2 X 250g (8.8oz)

£22.75

32 Days Dry-Aged Dexter Rump Steak

2 X 200g (7.1oz)

£13.80

14 Days Dry-Aged Dexter Brisket Joint

1 X 1.25Kg (2.8lb)

£19.15

Dexter Minced Beef

1 X 500g (1.1lb)

£7.50

Breeded

14 Days Dry-aged Dexter Beef Shin

1 X 1Kg (2.2lb)

£13.15