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A cherished Lithuanian culinary treasure, skilandis is a cured meat made predominantly from seasoned pork, and traditionally encased in a pig's bladder. Smoked using woods such as alder or juniper, and then dried to perfection, its distinct production process is the embodiment of historical local food preservation techniques.

A cherished Lithuanian culinary treasure, skilandis is a cured meat made predominantly from seasoned pork, and traditionally encased in a pig's bladder. Smoked using woods such as alder or juniper, and then dried to perfection, its distinct production process is the embodiment of historical local food preservation techniques. But it’s the taste that makes it truly memorable. Its rich, smoky flavour, enhanced over a prolonged maturation process, makes it the perfect accompaniment for a hearty slice of local black bread and freshly harvested vegetables.

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