Australian Wagyu

  AUSTRALIAN WAGYU

Experience The Unique Flavor of Australian Wagyu Beef

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The Australian Wagyu grading scores are identical to the Japanese BMS scale, meaning an Australian Wagyu BMS 5 is the same as a Japanese Wagyu BMS 5. However, the Australian scale tops out at grade 9, and everything above it (scores 10, 11, and 12), are graded 9+.

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Rare Australian Wagyu

With Wagyu Marbling Scores of 8 and 9 you’re entering rarefied realm of the billionaires of beef. There’s a whole new level of richness to these steaks, with softness approaching stick-of-butter levels. Succulent and juicy, that gorgeous web of creamy intramuscular fat – the marbling – which characterizes wagyu beef spreads more and more throughout the meat, giving it melt-in-your-mouth texture that you’ll never forget.

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Taste The Difference of Wagyu

Richer and denser premium steak cuts, with Marble Scores of 6 and 7 you’ll see significantly more of that gorgeous webbing of fat, and you’ll notice a creamier mouth-feel in each bite. Buttery without being overwhelmingly opulent, you still indulge in big portions without risking a richness overload.

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Welcome To The World Of Wagyu

Riddled with a good amount of creamy white fat marbling, MS 4 and MS 5 Wagyu beef delivers mouthwatering flavor, and a softer texture than you’ll ever experience from supermarket steaks, all thanks to the privileged flavor profile of Wagyu cattle genetics. At a reasonable price, this is the perfect starter Wagyu…or for those who like to indulge often!

AUSTRALIAN WAGYU GRADING

Australia is one of the biggest producers of Wagyu beef in the world, and uses its own grading scale, the AUS-MEAT marbling system. This scale goes from 0 (no marbling) to 9+ (extraordinary amounts of marbling), the latter one being the highest grade.

The Australian Wagyu grading scores are identical to the Japanese BMS scale, meaning an Australian Wagyu BMS 5 is the same as a Japanese Wagyu BMS 5. However, the Australian scale tops out at grade 9, and everything above it (scores 10, 11, and 12), are graded 9+.

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Australian Wagyu Marble Scores

Australia is one of the biggest producers of Wagyu Beef in the world, and uses its own grading scale, the AUS-MEAT marbling system. This scale goes from 0 (no marbling) to 9+ (extraordinary amounts of marbling), the latter one being the highest grade.

Blue Label Marble Score 4-5

Riddled with a good amount of creamy white fat marbling, MS 4 and MS 5 Wagyu beef delivers mouthwatering flavor, and a softer texture than you’ll ever experience from supermarket steaks, all thanks to the privileged flavor profile of Wagyu cattle genetics. At a reasonable price, this is the perfect starter Wagyu…or for those who like to indulge often!

White Label Marble Score 6-7

Richer and denser premium steak cuts, with Marble Scores of 6 and 7 you’ll see significantly more of that gorgeous webbing of fat, and you’ll notice a creamier mouth-feel in each bite. Buttery without being overwhelmingly opulent, you still indulge in big portions without risking a richness overload.

Black Label Marble Score 8-9

With Wagyu Marbling Scores of 8 and 9 you’re entering rarefied realm of the billionaires of beef. There’s a whole new level of richness to these steaks, with softness approaching stick-of-butter levels. Succulent and juicy, that gorgeous web of creamy intramuscular fat – the marbling – which characterizes wagyu beef spreads more and more throughout the meat, giving it melt-in-your-mouth texture that you’ll never forget.

Platinum Label Marble Score 9+

The Australian Wagyu grading scores are identical to the Japanese BMS scale, meaning an Australian Wagyu BMS 5 is the same as a Japanese Wagyu BMS 5. However, the Australian scale tops out at grade 9, and everything above it (scores 10, 11, and 12), are graded 9+.