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Abernethy Dulse and Seasalt Butter 100g


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Handmade butter with Atlantic Sea sat and dulse (dried seaweed) harvested from the North Coast of Ireland.


Handmade butter with Atlantic Sea sat and dulse (dried seaweed) harvested from the North Coast of Ireland.

Shelf life of 12 weeks chilled and up to 6 months frozen.

  • Award winning luxury hand paddled country butter
  • Added with wild dillisk seaweed and sea salt to form a rich salty butter
  • Multiple Great Taste Award winners
  • Top 50 Foods in Europe
  • Jay Rayner describes Abernethy Butter as the “butter of your dreams”

Weight 100g.



Butter, Dried Seaweed, Sea Salt


Store in a refrigerator at 0° to 4° C.
Do not exceed the “Use by” date.
Home Freezing – Freeze on day of purchase and use within three months of freezing.
Defrost overnight in a refrigerator and consume within 24 hours
Once defrosted do not refreeze

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