Muckle Flugga Piccalilli
Muckle Flugga Piccalilli
Muckle Flugga Piccalilli
Muckle Flugga Piccalilli
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Muckle Flugga Piccalilli

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Packed full of vegetables and spices, and with more crunch than the average piccalilli, Muckle Flugga packs a tasty, tangy punch. It’s delicious with hard cheese, raised pies or cold meats. 

Ingredients: Vegetables (72%) (cauliflower, green beans, courgettes, shallots, green pepper, green tomato, cucumber, in variable proportions), sugar, cider vinegar, honey, salt, cornflour, mustard seed, mustard powder, spices.

Allergy warning: contains mustard, sulphites.

Available in large - 260g and small jars - 150g.

What’s it named after?

Muckle Flugga Piccalilli is named after a dramatic rock at the far north of Shetland where, in 1854, Thomas Stevenson battled ferocious waves to build Britain’s most northerly lighthouse. Stevenson brought his 19-year-old son Robert Louis Stevenson, the acclaimed author, there in 1869. To this day, Muckle Flugga remains one of the most stunning sights in Britain. To its northeast is Out Stack, the most northerly point in Britain,. Next stop, directly north, is the Arctic.