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Save money by being a Brand Ambassador for our Burren Smoked Irish Organic Salmon and join our Online Buyers Club. You will reap the rewards of Big Savings when you group the orders for Family & Friends into one big order.

  • Bronze Member

    Get a 5% discount on your next order when you have spent over €299 in the past 365 days.

  • Silver Member

    Get a 7.5% discount on your next orders when you have spent over €599 in the past 365 days.

  • Gold Member

    Get a 10% discount on your next orders when you have spent over €999 in the past 365 days.

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Come & Visit Us

Only 15 minutes from the Cliffs of Moher: the Burren Smokehouse Visitor Centre! Curious as to how we smoke our salmon? Discover our first kiln and our unique salmon mosaics. Taste our freshly Smoked Organic Salmon. We are open all year round.

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About Us

The Burren Smokehouse is a family-run business set up in 1989 by the owners Birgitta & Peter Curtin in Lisdoonvarna, Co. Clare. We believe in buying the best foods Ireland has to offer, as locally as possible.

We source exclusively Irish quality raw materials to produce a superb smoked organic salmon and other types of fish in our highly acclaimed, award-winning artisan smokehouse.

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Our Blog

  • 1st April 2022 Seafood Plate with Prawns, Crab and Organic Smoked Salmon

    This healthy meal is perfect for lunch, but also as a very sophisticated looking starter. It only takes 20 minutes to prepare making it ideal for a quick meal. Watch the video below to easily follow the recipe. We owe this recipe to Bord Bía who have a lot of recipes on their website. For 4... Read more
  • 1st March 2022 Fish soup with Leeks and Bacon

    This recipe gives you a lovely warming soup for cold days. You can serve it as either a starter or as a main course for lunch or dinner. We owe this recipe to Bord Bía. Ingredients: 2 x 180g of Hot Smoked Irish Organic Salmon, plain 350g whiting, skinned, boned and cut into 3cm chunks ... Read more