Sunday, August 16, 2009

Salmon Fishing Scotland Smoked Salmon Award.

Salmon Fishing Scotland Smoked Salmon Award.

Great taste is own reward

This was an article in the local paper on Saturday. Well done the Dunkeld Smokehouse.

Master smoker Ronnie Ross (left) and Rob Gower display some of the smoke-house’s produce.

A PERTHSHIRE company is celebrating after winning a pair of Great Taste Awards.

Dunkeld Smoked Salmon has been granted a one-star Gold Great Taste Award for its wild smoked salmon and a two-star gold for its organically-reared sea trout.

It already has a gold award for farmed smoked salmon, given last year by organisers, the Guild of Fine Food.

Joint owner Rob Gower said, “We are delighted with these further awards.

“Winning a Great Taste Award recognises the craft and dedication that goes into making superb food and drink.”

The business is a traditional and artisan smoke-house situated in Dunkeld, on the banks of one of the world’s best salmon rivers, the Tay.

The smokehouse was established over 30 years ago primarily to smoke anglers’ own fish, although the retail side of the business has grown steadily over the years.

The business smokes salmon sourced from Scottish waters and sustainable Loch Duart farmed salmon, as well as the sea trout reared in the Shetlands.

Bob Farrand of the Guild of Fine Food said, “Lovers of fine food and drink only pay for the best if they’re certain what they’re buying is the best.

“Every food with a Great Taste Award gold has been independently proven to be just that.”

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