Award Winning Lorne Sausage From Scotland

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Award Winning Lorne Sausage From Scotland

Lorne sausage is a much loved ingredient for a traditional Scottish breakfast either as part of a “full Scottish” or in a bread roll or sandwich. It is a new addition to our sausage selection.  A beef and pork mixture along with rusk and spices is used to make the sausage. Old Scottish cookery books show us that beef sausages have a long tradition north of the border and been always been more prominent ­traditionally. Unlike traditional sausages it has no casing so the mixture packed into a rectangular tin mold about 10 cm square. The distinctive shape gives rise to it’s alternative names square sausage, square slice or sliced sausage. Typically it is cooked (fried) in 1 cm thick slices.

Best Lorne Sausage Suppliers

We source our square sausage from Hugh Black and Sons a family business. They are one of the biggest independent butchers in Scotland serving high quality meat products with excellent customer service. Award winning pies and sausages. The take great pride to source the best beef, pork and lamb for their products by choosing only the finest animals from a collection of Scottish Farms.

They have many awards and commendations that demonstrate the company’s passion for quality.

Award Winning Square Sausage

Lorne sausage from Hugh Black and Sons has been crowned as the champion in the Traditional Sliced Sausage competition organised by the Scottish Federation of Meat Traders. Not only was it the best in the West of Scotland it went on to beat all other regional qualifiers to become  Scottish Champions.

“The winner stood out for its texture and flavour. It was tasty, not too solid and if you bought that you would be back for more.” Competition Judge

If you would like to add a Scottish element to your breakfast or brunch come in and see us for a few slices and you can judge for yourself how good it is.
By |2019-05-17T15:23:26+01:00May 4th, 2019|Categories: Beef, Sausages|Tags: , , |