Japanese A5 Wagyu | Denver Steak I BMS 11

Denver Steak I BMS 11 8oz
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Origin:    Japan
Weight:  8oz
BMS :     11
Quantity: 1 Steak

Dive into a world of culinary excellence with our Japanese A5 Wagyu Denver Steak. Sourced directly from the renowned pastures of Japan, this steak offers an unrivaled gourmet experience. The denver steak, a hidden jewel, is expertly cut from the Under Blade of the Chuck. This particular cut boasts a unique blend of marbling and tenderness, promising a melt-in-your-mouth sensation with every bite.


For those curious about the pinnacle of meat delicacies, the wagyu denver steak serves as the perfect introduction. Venturing into the realm of the Japanese A5 Wagyu Denver brings you a step closer to meat perfection.


But the true essence of our steak lies in its heritage. Each piece hails from the prestigious "Shichiri" lineage. To put it into perspective, out of 6,000 Hidagyu cattle raised annually, only 120 achieve this esteemed status. And to seal the deal? Each Japanese A5 Wagyu Denver Steak comes with a Certificate of Authenticity, bearing the unique nose print of the cow, ensuring its distinguished lineage.


Whether you're grilling or pan-searing, this a5 wagyu denver is best enjoyed medium-rare, to truly appreciate its rich flavors and unparalleled tenderness. Elevate your next meal and indulge in the opulence of Japanese A5 Wagyu Denver. 🥩🍷.


Denver Steak I BMS 11


Cooking Tip:

The easiest and most predictable way to cook Japanese A5 Wagyu is to sear vertically-cut strips in a stainless steel or cast iron pan at medium-high heat. Trim a piece of fat from the edges of your steak and use it to pre-grease your pan. Cut the steak into 2 finger width strips and lay your first strip into your hot pan. Sear this piece for 15-20 seconds per side (depending on thickness) for a Medium Rare temperature. Examine your first cooked strip and make any necessary adjustments for personal preference. Season lightly with salt and enjoy!

Pairs well with...

  • Younger Burgundy
  • High-tannin Cabernet
  • Japanese Whisky
  • Highball
  • Club Soda with a splash of Cranberry Juice