Tasty jerky made from red deer and seasoned with lingonberries, juniper berries and heavily smoked. Made from quality Estonian meat.
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Oh, what a luscious, smokey and gamey taste! Rough Cut Beef Jerkys Arctic Berry Red Deer jerky made from wild red deer.
Release your inner wild forest spirit and catch yourself some of Kuivalihakundis tasty Arctic Berry Red Deer jerky. Heat your sauna, get the fireplace going, throw yourself on the couch, rip open the bag and melt your worries away.
Grab your favourite drink with one hand and this delicious Red Deer jerky with the other, what else could one need?
You can take this with you anywhere. It doesn’t need cold storage even when opened and in our resealable package it stays fresh for longer. Put the bag in your pocket so it’s easy to have a piece during a hunting or fishing trip. There’s no point being in the woods with an empty stomach.
This tasty jerky is produced from quality estonian red deer, the red deer meat is delivered to us in Tuusula, Finland from Wotkin’s butchery. This meat originates from Adavere and Saaremaa, Estonia which has been hunted by local hunters.
If you’re wondering why we won’t use Finnish red deer, it’s because we don’t have them here anymore as the last ones were hunted out back in the 70’s.
Kuivalihakundis Wild Jerky is dried meat which is a new and mighty product made of wild game and will be containing many different flavours.
We’ll be dropping new flavours and meats in the future depending on when we get the materials to do so. So stay alert! Coming soon are very interesting flavour combos and different wild meats.
Our base sauce is made with gluten-free soy sauce which gives it nice flavour and saltiness. Salt helps to store the meat for longer periods of time. This is why our products have one year shelf life and they don’t need cold storage.
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Ingredients: red deer, gluten-free soy sauce (water, soy protein hydrolysate, salt), syrup, garlic, black pepper, cowberry, juniper berry, natural smoke. Extra salt.
Origin of meat: Estonia, Votkin/Advere meat