Jamon serrano : Jamon is the mark for the hind leg of the swine. The serrano name again tells of the type of pig from which the ham was made - that is, a white domestic swine. Jamon (juice) is more juicy compared to the pallet (cane) and the meat is evenly gently spread with fat, which gives the ham the right taste. The muscle is larger than the pallet and therefore requires longer aging times. Slicing larger snails is generally more convenient than smaller ham.
Jamón Serrano Del Abuelo selects pigs from Teruel for their ham, which are special pigs that have a profound fat infiltration. The fine veins of fat grow directly into the uncompromising muscle, forming marble. The company controls the entire process of ham production, including pig breeding. It can only guarantee the quality of its products. The salt content of the ham is minimal in order to preserve the natural taste of the dried meat.
Origin: Spain, Teruel
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