A sliced pack of premium chorizo Iberico bellota from our supplier in Guijuelo, the home of Iberico meats. This is chorizo made from Iberian, acorn-fed pork. Our supplier selects the best cuts (which is unusual for a chorizo) of loin and hand chops the meat. So rather than very generic, processed chorizo, you are getting an almost hand-made chorizo with larger than usual chunks of top-quality, juicy meat.


£6.90 
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A cured sausage made from chopped pork loin and pork fat and flavoured with various spices, most importantly pimenton. Iberico meats are fundamentally different from a 'Serrano' (or white) because the pig used is a different race - the black-footed, Iberian pig. The properties of the meat produced by this pig are what gives Iberico meat it's highly sought-after characteristics: a richer, darker colour; a stronger, more complex flavour; more prevalent, better flavoured fat. Spanish for 'Acorn', but designating that the pig is entirely acorn fed. For a chorizo to be 'Iberico', it must be a black-footed pig, but acorn feeding is not compulsory. The cheaper Iberico chorizos are non-acorn fed , or 'Cebo'. However, acorn feeding adds another, exquisite level to the flavour of the meat and makes it the most sought-after and delicious