A delicious Black Angus beef côte à l'os, well marbled and matured in our dry aging room. particularly tender and tasty, you can cook it on the grill or in the pan.
Originally from Aberdeenshire and Angus in Scotland, this naturally hornless breed has a dark red (Red Angus) or black (Black Angus) color .
Any cow with 60% of Angus breed can be called "Angus beef" even if mixed with another breed.
Famous for its richness of taste, this meat is really marbled and fat, which gives its exceptional savor.
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