Made for Pilsner
Our award-winning Salami Chips. Made by us in Berkshire.
Rounds of traditional Hungarian salami gently roasted until crisp, crunchy & intensely delicious. Made for a pilsner-style lager or something equally refreshing.
The Story of Salami Chips
Our traditional salami is from a family-owned business that has been producing 'Kolbasz' in Hungary for over 150 years - and is still making them to its original recipes today.
Traditional Kolbasz is made from pork, Hungarian paprika, salt, garlic & ground caraway seeds, cured and then smoked over Beech Wood. All of which builds into an intense, smoky, sweet, salty, beautiful thing with amazing texture and a touch of acidity.
Made for Pilsner or something as equally refreshing.
Crunchy, salty, fragrant and rich in fat and umami, our Salami Chips are a beer’s best friend.
Eastern Europe made Pilsner-style lager and it made Salami. Both are delicious and both have been enjoyed together forever in that part of the world.
We also love them with a glass of crisp, white wine - the fat, salt and touch of acidity from the beech smoke make a glass of Chenin Blanc, white Burgundy or Martinborough Sauvignon Blanc all the more enjoyable.
Of course – our Salami Chips are made simply from sliced and slow-roasted salami, made from: pork, salt, paprika, ground caraway seeds, garlic, dextrose [colour paprika extract, preservative sodium nitrite & smoked over Beech Wood]
|Typical values||Per 100g||Per 23g pack|
|of which SATURATES||17.8g||4.1g|
|of which SUGARS||<0.5g||0.1g|
We cook all the products ourselves in our own kitchens with a fully traceable supply chain from farm to fingertips. Our kitchens are kept free of the 14 major allergens as stipulated by the Foods Standards Agency. However, if you are sensitive to a particular ingredient, please make sure you check the ingredients list first.
Our new favourite bar snackBBC Good Food
These will change civilisation as we know itRichard H Turner Executive Chef, The Hawksmoor
A great change from normal snacksRichard Corrigan, Chef & Judge, Great British Food Awards
They’re excellent!Rick Stein
Game-changing bar snacksJulian de Féral International drinks consultant
Great taste, great pairings, would highly recommend.Ronnie Kimbugwe Group Head Chef, Bel & The Dragon
Proper bangin' munchies!Stephen Terry, The Hardwick
Think Frazzles but 1000 times better!The Times, Aug 2020