What’s the right Christmas meat for you and your family?

With so much choice at Christmas, what type of bird should you go for?

It’s no surprise that we’re massive fans of free-range Norfolk turkeys at Morton’s Traditional Taste.

If you’re unsure what turkey to go for as the centrepiece of your Christmas meal this year, or you’re looking to try out a completely different bird take a look below to help you decide!

We’re also giving away a FREE curry kit with all orders, so now you can make those leftovers into something just as delicious as the Christmas dinner!

Norfolk Bronze

A favourite of many, our free-range Norfolk Bronzes have a sweet, delicious flavour, producing generous quantities of white and dark meat that stays moist and succulent. Click here to view our Norfolk Bronzes






Norfolk Black
The Norfolk Black is delicious hot and cold. It has a slightly stronger flavour – just how turkeys used to taste! These highly-prized birds are available in limited quantities, so ensure you order early to avoid disappointment. Click here to view our Norfolk Blacks







Our Norfolk free-range goose has been the traditional taste of Christmas since Victorian times. Then as now, our free-range goose is allowed to range on pastures during the day for a happy bird that yields flavoursome, rich meat. Click here to view our free-range geese







Better than free-range chicken – large, slow-growing birds with plenty of flavour and lots of meat. This is how chicken used to taste, before intensive farming introduced inferior breeds. Click here to view our free-range cockerels


Turkey Breast Joint
If you can’t manage a whole bird try one of our breast joints. Conveniently cut and rolled from our bronze birds for a tasty alternative. We recommend you allow 250g per person. Click here to view our turkey breast joints







Christmas dinner isn’t complete without delicious accompaniments. From succulent smoked salmon to our salty free-range pigs in blankets – make it a feast to remember! Click here to view our accompaniments