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Jamon Iberico Hand cut. Green label 100g. Free range hand-cut Green label Iberico ham, salted and cured following the traditional techniques in natural curing sheds. When cut, it has a pinkish colour, with infiltrated and shiny fat, probably one of the best quality/price Jamon iberico.
Semi-cured goat cheese/ Artisan Manchego Cheese: Half cheese, aprox. 350g. Semi-cured handmade cheese from freshly pasteurised goat’s milk. Pre-draining curd cheese with a buttery and compact texture. It has some notes of butter, toffee, nuts and a hint of goat milk. You can choose your favourite: Natural, Paprika, Smoked or marinated in extra Virgin olive oil.
Chorizo cular de bellota iberico 400g. Acorn-fed Iberico pork lean, salt, paprika, oregano, garlic and their traditional house spices blend. traditional holm oak smoking and cured in natural wood curing sheds.
Salchichon cular de bellota iberico 400g. Spanish Iberico white chorizo. Acorn-fed Iberico pork lean, salt, paprika, oregano, garlic and their traditional house spices blend.
Lomito Iberico. Dry-cured Iberico head pork loin 400g, cured in natural wood curing sheds. This piece is usually considered the tastiest of the Lomo family. The balance between fat and meat gives this piece a unique taste, try this out and you may not want to try any other iberico again.
Gourmet picos. Bread Sticks 140g.
Membrillo (Quince) Santa Teresa 150g, following the traditional recipe, the one our grandmothers used to make, Santa Teresa makes authentic quince paste. Completely natural, from selected fresh fruit, with no preservatives or artificial additives, the same flavour as always with all the quality and care you deserve.
These products have been made by local producers based in our hometown, Ávila, a medieval city located in the heart of Spain.
How to consume and store our products?
- For best results, simply open the package at least 30 minutes before you eat.
- Iberico products can last for up to 2 weeks in your fridge in a container or the original packaging – just make sure you cover them! If you can resist eating it all in one go, let us know! 😉
- We recommend a fridge temperature of between 4 and 10 degrees Celsius.