MR. BILTONG

Mr. Biltong’s beef jerky is a delicious meat snack, with a unique flavour profile that is dangerously addictive.

Handcrafted in Winnipeg in small batches using only Manitoba beef…once you’ve tried ours, you will never want regular jerky again! 

What is Biltong? It is a different kind of beef jerky that is seasoned and cured, then slowly air-dried at low temperatures using techniques that originated in South Africa about 400 years ago. It is less salty and tastes more like real meat than conventionally processed beef jerky.

We offer two different styles of this delicious jerky for you to choose from!

Traditional Biltong

Traditional Biltong is dried as large steak-sized pieces, then sliced thinly across the grain. This results in a tender finished product, with a rich, meaty taste that is best described as a cross between prosciutto and conventional jerky.

Stokkies

Stokkies use the same spices as the biltong, but are cut before seasoning and dried in thin strips, yielding a finished product similar in texture to conventional jerky, but with a different flavour profile.

 

Products:
  • Original Biltong 95g: Tender slices of cured and dried beef. Seasoned with pepper and coriander, Original is the flavour that started it all!  

  • Spicy Cayenne Biltong 95g: Tender slices of cured and dried beef. We add cayenne to warm your taste buds and leave a nice afterglow.
      
  • Red-Hot Habanero Biltong 95g: Tender slices of cured and dried beef. We harness the power of habanero, so this flavour packs a punch! It is hot, but not TOO hot (if you like spicy foods, you’ll be okay).  

  • Original Stokkies 80g: Dry beef sticks, made with our tasty biltong spices. Seasoned with pepper and coriander, Original is the flavour that started it all!   

  • Spicy Cayenne Stokkies 80g: Dry beef sticks, made with our tasty biltong spices.  We add cayenne to warm your taste buds and leave a nice afterglow.  

  • Red-Hot Habanero Stokkies 95g: Dry beef sticks, made with our tasty biltong spices.  We harness the power of habanero, so this flavour packs a punch! It is hot, but not TOO hot (if you like spicy foods, you’ll be okay).