Crombies

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Crombies of Edinburgh is a traditional butchers shop that first opened in 1955, also known as the “Sausage Meister ” due to its reputation for first class sausages; there are more than 40 types for you to choose from. Ranging from gluten free, traditional,  Scottish, to all types of  speciality sausages.

Recently they launched their new curry sausage or Currywurst and it sold out repeatedly during the first two weeks. The inspiration for this new recipe originally came from Germany, but rather that covering a plain sausage with curry sauce, Crombies chose to add curry ingredient into their sausage at the beginning of the production process. This not only adds maximum flavour but will also keep the sausage moist and juicy to the end. Find out yourself why this sausage sold out every week! They are available both in-store and online. If you love to shop online , please visit www.sausages.co.uk and here a 10%OFF coupon code ‘foodies4’ when you sepnd £30 -valid until 31 May 2016

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