Sliced Ibérico Ham. The pigs used for Fermín's jamón ibérico are a special breed, indigenous to Spain. Raised in Spain and fed a diet of high-quality grain, these pigs produce a jamón that is ruby red in color, rich in flavor with beautiful marbling.
- Tasting Notes: There is also an abundance of flavor; with salty notes mingling with marbled fat that will feel rich, silky, and smooth.
- Size: 2oz (57g)
- Region: Castilla y León
- Suggested Pairings: Marcona Almonds | Majorero Cheese
From the Fermin family comes this exceptional, thinly-sliced Iberico ham. In the dehesas, an indigenous forest of southwestern Spain, the Iberico pig, a descendent of the wild boar, still wanders free. Popularly known as the Pata Negra or Black Hoof, the Iberico roots for wild herbs, fallen acorns, and edible roots. The resulting meat is swirled with high levels of flavorful natural fats, for which this pig has gained notoriety. Savor this exquisite product with a glass of fine red wine, good Manchego or Zamorano, and artisan bread.