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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.

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

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    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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  • 9th June 2021 The Burren Ecotourism Network - Lonely Planet's "Best in Travel" 2021

    A small community tourism network on the edge of Europe has been named one of the world's top 30 places, people and tourism projects for 2021 - alongside destinations like the Rocky Mountaineer Train in Canada, Rwanda's Gorilla Conservation Programme, Greece's organic food to name just a few. ... Read more
  • 8th June 2021 Methods of Preserving Fish

    The Burren Smokehouse will be celebrating their 32nd anniversary this year - but smoking fish is a much older tradition than that. It goes back thousands of years when excessive salting of fish (and meat) and smoking it was necessary to preserve it for the harsh winter months, or for long travels... Read more