Britain’s Oldest Pork Breed
The Berkshire is Britain’s oldest recorded pork breed, originating in the Thames Valley in the 17th century. Sadly they are still at risk of extinction due to low numbers, but that’s changing as more people discover the Berkshire’s pork, which is some of the finest imaginable, and farmers are rearing more of these lovely hogs. Expect a memorable introduction to heritage breed pork, with concentrated porky flavour, and much less fat cover than more intensive breeds.
Tasting Notes: Sweet, Intense, Unsurpassed