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  • Custodians of 150 years of tradition

Finest handcrafted smoked salmon from the last traditional smokehouse in the Hebrides

Stornoway Smokehouse

Supplier of Scottish Smoked Salmon Worldwide

We are one of the leading producers of traditionally slow cured smoked salmon in the world, based in Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland.

As an artisan producer, we craft small amounts of our double Scottish smoked salmon for our discerning customers who appreciate its multi layered complexity and lingering subtleties. This splendid smoked fish, which was once seen as a luxury item, can be used in many recipes, from soup to sushi, as well as enjoyed on its own, or accompanied by a number of sides.

We are the heirs to 150 years of smoking tradition, located in Stornoway, on the Scottish Hebridean Isle of Lewis, the old centre of the herring industry. We are the last who smoke our own salmon in a seasoned brick kiln over smouldering embers, whilst using our own unique recipe. This allows the salmon to cure slowly over four to five days, as was the Stornoway way, rather than the more usual one day which prevails now.

The methods we use can greatly curtail our production, but it enhances the quality of our products.

The best traditional Scottish smoked salmon in the world? – You judge

The Stornoway Smokehouse is a family business, run by father and son Alasdair and Ranald Fraser. We continue to supply salmon whole or sliced to our customers’ exact requirements, and we also produce our Stornoway kippers for which the town was known throughout the world.

Order Online

Our full range of products, including smoked salmon, kippers and Whisky cured salmon, are all available to order online, with all prices including delivery. If you are ordering from outside of the UK then please get in touch and we will be happy to help with your order.

Contact Us

For more information about our smoked products or if you would like to know more about the company then please contact us on 01851 702 723. You can also send us a message via the enquiry form on the contact page or via our email address: [email protected]