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.
Rounds of traditional Hungarian salami gently roasted until crisp, crunchy & intensely delicious. Made for a pilsner-style lager or something equally refreshing.
|What drinks pair well with salami chips?||
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