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Seafood Supplier Scoops Top Scottish Award

Seafood Supplier Scoops Top Scottish Award
June 11
10:26 2018

Leading seafood producer Loch Fyne Oysters celebrated its 40th year of trading by scooping the top prize in the Fish and Seafood category of Scotland’s prestigious Food and Drink Awards. The awards recognise innovation, enterprise and quality amongst Scottish food and drink producers.

Loch Fyne Oysters won an award for its Bradan Orach smoked salmon, which is hand cured with natural sea salt then cold smoked in traditional kilns fired by oak shavings from aged malt whisky casks. Unlike other smoked salmon products, Bradan Orach is cold smoked for up to 24 hours longer, which results in a fuller, richer flavour.

Loch Fyne Oysters Managing Director Cameron Brown says: “Bradan Orach is Gaelic for ‘golden salmon’. Smoking the fish for double the amount of time gives a different dryer, meatier texture and a good, strong smokiness. Using shavings from retired whisky casks for smoking makes it a truly Scottish product.”

Loch Fyne Oysters is situated at Cairndow, at the head of Loch Fyne in Argyll. It sells 2.5 million oysters a year, as well as 400 tonnes of mussels and nearly 1,000 tonnes of smoked salmon. Its seafood is exported all over the world. The guiding principle behind Loch Fyne is to present the best in authentic Scottish seafood whilst minimising the impact on the environment.


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