Descendants of Ancient Wild Cattle
One of the oldest breeds in the world, the Welsh Black thrives on rough upland terrain, converting sparse pasture into exquisite beef. Historically, this heritage beast would be driven by drovers from the hills and mountains of Wales to the markets of England. Today, their numbers are on the up, after a period of decline. Expect beef of unique character, with deep, well developed flavour, making this meat ideal for slow cooks, in addition to steaks and centrepieces.
Tasting Notes: Buttery, Indulgent, Gamey