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£4.80

Great Bramblebee Old Spot Pork Pie

£2.85

Home made with hot water pastry & filled with Great Bramblebee Old Spot meat 

Have a read of one of our latest reviews:

"Some people think that Geo. Adams make pork pies. Or that Melton Mowbray is the be-all and end all. They are wrong. The Bee all and end all is a Bramblebee Pork Pie.

In commercial pies, the meat is a speck in an unending sea of gelatin. In a Bramblebee pie, the gelatin is scarce, hardly noticeable. You get meat. Not overspiced, something you can chew on and appreciate the pork and the care that went into raising it.

The pastry is a nice hot water crust just a shade away from fragmentation, not over-salted, in short, perfection.

The combination is divine, this is a pork pie for a country picnic, one to eat beside the sea with sandwiches, or serve with chips for dinner.

Will be ordering another one soon...Mike"

Customer Reviews

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Malcolm Robarts
Pork pie no gelatine

Pork filling best of class. I buy pork pies because I love the gelatine so lost star.

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Alex Monaghan
Excellent

I generally don't like pork pie, probably due to eating supermarket pies, however, this is fantastic. Wife not happy as she now has to share her pork pie with me!

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Karin Willis
brill

once again we had fantastic meat the pork was lovley and tender and tasty the lamb was tasty and tender the pork pies were yummy and so were the scotch eggs

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Derek

Good meat but not too impressed by the pastry. Rather expensive for what it was.

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Wg Cdr Reg Johnson
Absolutely the best !

The best pork pie I’ve ever had !

Home made with hot water pastry & filled with Great Bramblebee Old Spot meat 

Have a read of one of our latest reviews:

"Some people think that Geo. Adams make pork pies. Or that Melton Mowbray is the be-all and end all. They are wrong. The Bee all and end all is a Bramblebee Pork Pie.

In commercial pies, the meat is a speck in an unending sea of gelatin. In a Bramblebee pie, the gelatin is scarce, hardly noticeable. You get meat. Not overspiced, something you can chew on and appreciate the pork and the care that went into raising it.

The pastry is a nice hot water crust just a shade away from fragmentation, not over-salted, in short, perfection.

The combination is divine, this is a pork pie for a country picnic, one to eat beside the sea with sandwiches, or serve with chips for dinner.

Will be ordering another one soon...Mike"