Hardcore Haggis
Hardcore Haggis

Hardcore Haggis

5.00 out of 5 based on 11 customer ratings
11 Customer review
  • Made in the USA
  • 15 oz. Can
  • Traditional Lamb Haggis
  • Authentic Taste
  • Recommended for Haggis Enthusiasts


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Hardcore Haggis

If you really love haggis, this is the hardcore haggis for you! We call it “hard-core” haggis, and it is definitely made for the haggis enthusiast. If you love a traditional lamb haggis, you need to try it. The boys and I love it. I cook it up two or three times a month with a big batch of fried potatoes for breakfast, and not only are there never any leftovers, but I don’t even have to call the kids for breakfast because they can smell it from across the house!

If you’ve eaten haggis in Scotland, this is going to be the closest equivalent of the Scottish-made product.

15oz. can. Stahly’s Scottish Haggis, made in the USA.

  • Made in the USA
  • 15 oz. Can
  • Traditional Lamb Haggis
  • Authentic Taste
  • Recommended for Haggis Enthusiasts

We carry three different types of haggis: Traditional Lamb Haggis, Hardcore Haggis, and Highland Beef Haggis. If you’ve got a Burns Night (aka Burns supper) to attend, or just really love haggis, consider saving some cash on our 12 can listings of Lamb, Hardcore, or Beef.

Ingredients: Water, lamb heart, oats, pork fat, lamb liver, pork, salt, natural flavors, and dehydrated onion. No artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives.

Nutritional Facts:

Serving Size: 1/3 cup

Servings Per Container: about 5

Calories Per Serving: 180     Calories from Fat: 100

Total Fat: 11g
Cholesterol: 60mg
Sodium: 480mg
Total Carbohydrate: 11g
Protein: 7g

11 reviews for Hardcore Haggis

  1. Bill

    First time haggis eater! Will not be the last! Had with scrambled eggs but looking forward to trying new recipes.
    A little pricy but I’ll get 3-4 servings a can.

  2. Steve Bookout

    Unless you’re making it yourself, for my taste, I find that in America, haggis doesn’t get any better than Stahly’s.

  3. Shelby1314

    Pretty good I have to say. Used half a can to make the pasties with and then scrambled up the rest with eggs, onions and potatoes. Maybe that’s not traditional but it was a great combination of flavors. The nutmeg really shines thru and goes well with the lamb. Thanks for having this available.

  4. Brian

    Very impressed. Never had hagis from a can before. Not bad.

  5. Ed S.

    I had my doubts about haggis from a can. But I have to say that this was delicious! I’d recommend it to anyone who loves haggis or even just wants to try it and is feeling adventurous.

  6. Richard

    My uncle (departed) from scotland use to make it like this when I was younger and he came to visit.
    fond memeries of uncle Wallie

  7. Reed C

    Did I die and go to Scottland?? This is as good as Grants!!!!

  8. Chris

    I was a little hesitant to try this. I started with the beef recipe as a way to ease into eating haggis. Now that I have tried the more traditional haggis, I’ll never go back. The flavor is so much more enjoyable. I’ll definitely be ordering more of this soon.

  9. Ian S

    I bought two cans and the perfect amount for four expats to enjoy the best little Burns night gathering.

  10. Kathryn S

    was a gift – and he was exceptionally pleased; as he is Scottish, and ‘knows’ Haggis! I was thrilled to know that it met with his approval- thank you for your prompt service too. I also purchased the chips for him – will let you know when I hear about them.

  11. Boyd M.

    Best I have ever tasted from a can. Will be coming back for more and more!

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