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Our recent shipment of Kobe is already newsworthy due to its sheer volume, but it’s the quality of its contents that makes it truly remarkable. Holy Grail Steak Co. received multiple sets of the extremely rare and the highest possible grade of Japanese beef: A5-grade BMS 12.
To receive a Beef Marbling Standard (BMS) rating of 12, the beef must present at least 56.3% Intramuscular Fat (IMF), making it a marbling masterpiece. Due to the preference for smaller cattle and more concentrated flavors in Kobe, an A5-grade BMS 12 carcass is exceedingly rare—in 2016, Tokyo-based WAGYU MAFIA bought a single A5 BMS 12 Kobe carcass for $50,000, selling Chateaubriand for $2,500 apiece.
According to Kobe beef exporter SFOODS Inc., only five loin sets of this marbling designation have been imported into the U.S. over the past eight years. Holy Grail just received two in a single delivery.
Introducing A5 BMS 12 Kobe