Monday, 21 December 2015

From their kitchen to yours – Castle MacLellan spreads Christmas joy with two brand new festive pâtés

This Christmas, the UK’s number one branded maker Castle MacLellan is adding two brand new seasonal products to its collection of exquisite, artisinal pâtés.

Founded in the beautiful artist’s town of Kirkcudbright, Dumfries and Galloway, Castle MacLellan is dedicated to using the highest quality ingredients from local suppliers, rooted in Scottish provenance, in every single one of its pâtés.
 
Celebrate the festive season in style as Castle MacLellan gives the gift of two limited edition products: Smoked Ham and Cider Paté with Bramley Apple Chutney and Luxury Orkney Crab and Scottish Salmon Terrine.
 
Castle MacLellan has developed the new products with the festive season in mind. Both pâtés are beautifully presented with glazed finishes in high quality packaging, meaning that they can be served straight to the table as a show-stopping starter or as the centrepiece of a party food buffet.
 
Castle MacLellan’s new Luxury Orkney Crab and Scottish Salmon Terrine is dually layered with a lemon glaze and topped with a slice of lemon for an elegant touch. Delicately flavoured with soft cheese, crème fraiche and lemon juice, the terrine is perfect for creating delicious canapés spread on a blini or ‘tattie scone’.
 
The Smoked Ham and Cider Paté comes layered with a moreish, fruity Bramley Apple Chutney. The coarse paté comes with thickly cut ham, apples and raisins for a rustic feel – ideal for spreading over crusty, artisanal bread.
 
Castle MacLellan is owned by the Kavli Trust, which donates all profits to good causes in the UK and abroad. This means that whenever you purchase any Castle MacLellan product, money will go to a worthwhile charity or community organisation.
 
Castle MacLellan is also proud to work with Scotland’s Year of Food and Drink 2015, celebrating the best of Scottish produce and provenance.
 
Castle MacLellan’s Christmas pâté range is available throughout the UK, priced at a remarkably reasonable £3.00.
 

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