> 2 boneless lamb rump joints, matured for 21 days
> Free-range Merino lamb, reared by a select group of farmers on the South Island, New Zealand
SILERE, from the Latin 'to be silent', reflects the space, stillness and silence of New Zealand's alpine region. The breath-taking alpine landscape is home to the Merino lamb and a select group of farmers entrusted with the guardianship of this pristine place and its heritage breed. Long regarded for the quality of their fine wool, the exquisite flavour and character of Merino lamb has been a well-kept secret, until now. Truly free-range, Merino forage on the vast alpine grasslands of the South Island of New Zealand. Because the best things take time, Merino mature more slowly than other breeds, the golden tussock and wild mountain thyme naturally influencing flavour. That is the definition of taste, elevated.