A Triple Helping of Lincoln Imp; Deep, Dark, Delicious.


One of our most popular recipes; and you get three in this box! 

Based on traditional Lincolnshire recipes, Lincoln Imp is a dark and savoury sauage similar to saucisson. But this moreish British treat is garlic-heavy with hints of dried fruit and sage and finished with The Kernel Brewery's Export Stout. You've heard of Beer Sticks? Just wait till you try this with a pint. 

Named for a stone statue found on the southeastern wall inside Lincoln Cathedral, ostensibly a wicked Imp turned to stone by an Angel, we think our version is just as diabolically good.

Approximate Meat Weight: 3 x 85g (255g)

(We may occasionally send you 4 smaller pieces, but we'll always keep the weight the same. Best before on Lincoln Imp is 3 months sealed, but we recommend consumption within a week or two once you've removed it from the packaging). 

Photo by RJA Photography

Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
James Adair
Lincoln Imps & Mothers ruin

As ever a rocket propelled delivery of deliciousness, perfect with bread cheese & pickles. Usual problem of making it last but as the Mothers Ruin is massive not quite so difficult this time. Many thanks.James.

Janet Gold

Lovely flavour - too small!!! Ha ha, greedy thoughts.

Ian Lawson
Impossible not to eat the whole thing...

Love this meat to bits. At the end of a long day it’s a treat to sit down with a whole sliced Imp and a chunk of mature cheddar, maybe a cold beer as well. Too easy to eat it all in one sitting. Oh well, off to order some more....

Trio of fabulous imps

Oh such fabulous flavour I thought three different flavours but were all the same lovely though

Ah! Yes! We've had a few people mention that they thought there would be different flavours. DOH! We've changed the title name to 'Triple Helping' to help make it clearer.

Thanks for taking the time to feedback! And we're so glad you enjoyed. ❤️


Amazing taste excellent quality......have already recommended to friends and will buy again. Lincoln Imp is our new favourite charcuterie