The Aberdeen Angus breed of fine Scottish beef was developed through the early 19th Century from ‘Black Angus’ cattle. Sir George MacPherson-Grant, 2nd Baronet of Ballindalloch, developed the breed on his farm at Ballindalloch Castle during the 1800s, and the same pure-bred Aberdeen Angus herd is in existence today. Making it the oldest cattle herd in the world.
The Highland farms of the Cairngorm National Park continue to produce some of Scotland’s finest beef today and at Meat London we are delighted to stock beef that we can gurantee is from Highland farms. For centuries, farming and cattle rearing have been an integral way of life in the Highlands of Scotland resulting in the skilled and refined production methods that ensure that we are selling some of the finest beef in the world.
We hold beef in our shops, and ensure that it is hung for a minimum of 20 days before our butchers prepare it to the standards that we set ourselves, in order that our customers can enjoy one of life’s great treats.