Australian Wagyu

Australian Wagyu is characterized by a more balanced taste, texture, and heaviness than Japanese A5 Wagyu. 

Many Customers prefer Australian Wagyu to Japanese A5 Wagyu due to it striking a better balance and "eating more like a steak." A hungry man can comfortably consume 8-10oz of Australian Wagyu. While Japanese A5 Wagyu contains an average of 3-4 times the amount of...

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Australian Wagyu is characterized by a more balanced taste, texture, and heaviness than Japanese A5 Wagyu. 

Many Customers prefer Australian Wagyu to Japanese A5 Wagyu due to it striking a better balance and "eating more like a steak." A hungry man can comfortably consume 8-10oz of Australian Wagyu. While Japanese A5 Wagyu contains an average of 3-4 times the amount of marbling (intramuscular fat) that an American Prime Angus steak does, Australian Wagyu has 2-3x the marbling.

The flavor profile of Australian Wagyu is beefier, and less buttery than Japanese A5 Wagyu. It is an absolutely delightful, balanced experience that we encourage everyone to try. 


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