Hot Smoked Trout Fillets

Rainbow trout traditionally brined and hot-smoked over Welsh oak whole or as fillets

Delicious in salads or enjoyed on its own with a squeeze of lemon and some horseradish cream

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£8.50 to £48.00
  • Hot Smoked Trout Fillets

    Hot Smoked Trout Fillets

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  • Smoked Trout Fillets

    Smoked Trout Fillets

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  • Peppered Hot Smoked Trout Recipe

    Peppered Hot Smoked Trout Recipe

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  • Hot Smoked Trout Fillets

    Hot Smoked Trout Fillets

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  • Smoked Trout Fillets

    Smoked Trout Fillets

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Pink-fleshed rainbow trout traditionally brined and hot-smoked whole before hand-filleting. Deliciously delicate in flavour and texture.

For a more robust flavour, our oak roasted peppered trout are cured and hot-smoked as fillets with a twist of crushed black pepper.

Serve with a wedge of  lemon and creamed horseradish or a waldorf winter salad of apple, celery and walnuts.

Our Traditionally Hot Smoked Trout Fillets recently won a gold star at the Great Taste awards, this is what the judges had to say:

"A pretty pale rose pink trout fillet with a light-catching sheen. Fresh, gentle, subtle wood-smoked flavour and the trout is beautifully soft with all the moisture retained. Earthy richness with a very delicate taste. Would be delicious with peppery watercress."

- Great Taste Awards 2022

Here's one of our favourite summer smoked trout recipes:

Serves 4 – A great, light Lunch

 350g Penne pasta
 500g Broad beans or peas
 4 tbsp Fino Olive Oil
 2 Lemons - zested and juiced
 100g Black olives - chopped
 1 Handful fresh parsley - chopped
 1 Sprinkle fresh dill - chopped
 2 Smoked Trout Fillets– flaked
Boil the broad beans for 3-5 minutes, until they float to the surface. Remove and drain the beans, and run under cold water (this will help them to keep their colour).
Cook the pasta and pour into a large mixing bowl – drizzle with olive oil. Add half the broad beans to the bowl and mix well. Deskin the remaining broad beans so they are sweeter and set aside.
Add the lemon juice and zest, olives, parsley, dill and flaked Smoked Trout Fillets to the pasta. Season to taste and toss well to combine. Scatter over the double-podded broad beans. Serve with plenty of seasoning.

 Absolutely beautiful smoked fish.  Excellent online service, delivery tracked and delivered on time.  Enjoyed by all at a very special family buffet.

Helen Stephens July 2023.

 The Smoked Trout and Ham were delicious. Everyone (all fourteen) appreciated the quality as always. We're still having lovely meals (ham with dauphinoise potatoes, smoked trout with crêpes parmentier, beetroot & horseradish) thanks to you.

Gay Cheyne December 2022

 I just wanted to thank you for taking so much trouble to ensure the safe delivery of our Ham and Smoked Trout before Xmas. As ever both were delicious. You deserve every success in 2023!

Michael Bichard, December 2022 

The Smoked Trout went down a treat with the in-laws over the Jubilee Weekend, and as always, I mentioned Black Mountains Smokery by name.  We will have many more delicious lunches to come!

Alex Smith, June 2022

We wanted to thank you very much for our smoked trout that was beautifully labelled and packaged. We have thoroughly enjoyed it, it tastes wonderful. The ladies in the shop made shopping a pleasure. 

Bobby Woodcock, Oct 2021

Such service. Our last pack in the freezer of Black Mountains smoked trout was used in our little VE Day lunch celebration together with a glass of chablis. To say it was exquisite is something of an under-statement. Enjoyed by us both. Also, thank you so much for the additional pack to make up the weight, very thoughtful. WE WILL ENJOY!

W Evans, May 2020 


Jenna Hopkins, August 2015

Ready to eat.

Best served at room temperature - please visit our recipe pages for serving suggestions and inspiration.


Hot-Smoked Trout Fillets: Rainbow Trout (Fish), Salt, Oak Smoke.