Biltong


No South African shop can be complete without South Africa's favourite snack: Biltong!

Our Biltong and Biltong with Fat is made right here in the Netherlands, using Freddy Hirsch's Hunters Biltong spice. 

Our Biltong Irish is made in N-Ireland by a South African using authentic South African recipe. Also available in Chilli & Garlic Flavour. 

Like your biltong lean? We suggest ordering Biltong or Biltong Irish Lean. 
Like your biltong with some fat? We suggest ordering Biltong Irish Fatty. 
Like your biltong with a lot of fat? We suggest ordering Biltong with Fat.  
 


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Biltong from €4.90
Available in 100, 200 & 500g packaging. Enter the number of packages, in the next step select package size.
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Biltong with Fat from €4.90
Available in 100, 200 & 500g packaging. Enter the number of packages, in the next step select package size.
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Biltong Irish from €4.90
Available in 100, 200 & 500g packaging. Enter the number of packages, in the next step select package size.
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Chilli Biltong from €4.90
Available in 100, 200 & 500g packaging. Enter the number of packages, in the next step select package size.
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Garlic Biltong from €4.90
Available in 100, 200 & 500g packaging. Enter the number of packages, in the next step select package size.
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NL Biltong Powder
€ 4,00
Price per 100g

Q: Why is your biltong not made in South Africa?
A: Import of beef from South Africa is prohibited. So we made sure that everything else is truly South African. 

Q: Do you have a spicy biltong?
A: Yes we do, try our Chilli Biltong!

Q: How do I store my biltong?
A: This really depends on how well you store your Biltong as it is a perishable product which requires proper handling and storage to prevent it from going off or forming mould. Keep in mind that Biltong is a meat product that has been 'dry preserved', but it is still a meat and should be treated as such. Here are some basic storage tips: - Keep in a dry, cool area. (Refrigeration is a good alternative.) - Keep out of direct sunlight and heat. - Keep in a paper bag or container. Do not use a plastic bag. - Keep the bag/container closed. - Wetter biltong should be shuffled a few times a day to let moisture escape. - Whole pieces of biltong should be kept in a brown bag or hung in well ventilated room. Consume within: - Freshly sliced Biltong in Paperbag should be consumed immediately or if kept in the correct cool, dry conditions within 2 days. - Whole pieces of Biltong in Paperbag can be kept no longer than 3 days in the fridge as this can start to grow mould (like cheese) if too wet or conditions in the fridge are not correct. - Vacuum packed Biltong can stay fresh for at least 3 months, as long as the packaging is intact and it was stored at a normal temperature. Once opened remove the Biltong from the plastic packaging. Consume immediately or store in paperbag. Do not keep it in the plastic packaging. Remember the warmer the storage temperature the shorter the shelf life. High humidity (which is common in The Netherlands) can also increase the risk of spoilage/mould.