Augustus Australian beef is raised in Augustus Station, northwest Queensland. The natural pastures of this area is the perfect environment for the Australian beef cattle, before reaching the feedlot for a grain-finished process, which characterizes the Augustus meat.
Which part of the beef does the tenderloin come from? Found along the spine, this cut is a muscle very lean and delicate, with very little fat and connective tissue.
Chef's Tip: Cook the Augustus Australian wagyu tenderloin to high temperature, such as pan-frying, and serve it with a sauce. Want to take it to the next level? Add a slice of pan-fried foie gras on top of your tenderloin, for a Rossini recipe.