BILTONG BOX - CHILLI


12 x 70G CHILLI AIR DRIED STEAK

Our best value option is our 200G biltong bag but for those who find it too easy to eat a whole bag in one go, the 70G size is your salvation.

12 bags per box makes it easy to set aside one per day to help make it last.

The burn is our mild chilli spice and abides by the keep it simple stupid principle - we simply added a lot of f#&king chilli to our classic benchmark biltong.

Cut into bite-size pieces, our biltong is made to be eaten on the go - freeing up more time for the things you love.

Ingredients

Organic grass-fed & finished Australian beef, gluten-free white vinegar, sea salt, coriander seeds, chilli, black pepper, cloves and cayenne pepper.

Free from preservatives, dairy, gluten, soy and sugar, our burn biltong has a 12 month best before date and is best kept in the pantry or fridge.

Customer Reviews

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Sandra Burke
Even better than South African biltong!

Having grown up in South Africa and sampled many different varieties of biltong, this biltong is by far the best & we just love the chilli one in particular as do our Aussie grandchildren! They also love the meat sticks. Ordering is very easy & delivery is super quick too. Highly recommended!

Sandra thank you so much for taking the time to leave us a review, it truly does mean the world to us. Awesome you've got the grandkids hooked on the biltong and meat sticks too :) Best, Luke.

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Liv
Phenomenal biltong!

Super moreish - I haven’t found another biltong that tastes half as good. Great chilli kick and texture. Can't get enough!

Super stoked that you love the biltong, Liv. Thanks so much for leaving us a review. Luke

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arron brant
Good protein

My son will often eat the dried steak with relish which is great as he most limited in what he will eat.Super that it’s instant for a grab food eat food teenager and best of all high protein reasonably priced

Thank you so much Aaron, awesome to hear that your sons loves the biltong. I can't believe he opts for the chilli, brave boy :) Cheers, Luke