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The Bellota 100% Ibérico "Pata Negra” Shoulder DO Jabugo (Huelva) is the product of highest quality with over 24 months curing time. These shoulders are cured in the area of Jabugo (Huelva), where warm summers make hams and shoulders of strong flavor and juicy texture. Their meat colour is deep red and its fat is transparent white.
It is an exceptional Bellota Ibérico ham!
Origin: DO Jabugo (Huelva)
Curing time: +24 month
Breed: Acorns and pastures
|Healing||More than 24 months|
|Feeding||Bellota: Fed with acorns. Top quality ham certified.|
|Part of the pig||Foreleg|
|Tasting note||Less fat infiltrations as it is 100% puro ibérico. Intense flavour and incredible aroma with small pink fat layers which helps appreciate better the fabulous texture of this masterpiece.|
|Health||Rich in protein, B vitamins and oleic acid (good cholesterol producer). Very low in calories (95cal per 50g), an indispensable part of the Mediterranean diet, 100% healthy.|
|Curiosities||The texture of the fat is homogeneous and creamy. If we take a small amount of fat between two fingers and rubbed it melts easily.|
|Price per kilo||156 €/kg|
|Peso neto||100 gr.|
|Ingredients||Iberian shoulder pork ham, salt, sugar, acidity regulator (E-331iii), preservatives (E-250, E-252) and antioxidant (E-301).|
|Nutritional values||Energy value: 409 Kcal / 100 g Carbohydrates: Imperceptible Total fat: 33% Proteins: 32% Mineral salts: 2%|
|Allergens & co||Free gluten. Free lactose.|
|Designation of Origin||D.O. Jabugo|
Once you confirmed your order, this will be prepared and sent via courier. Delivery times and shipping costs depend on the destination and weight. During the process you will receive detailed information about the status of your order.
We select the ham at its optimum curing process when we receive your order. Then it is packaged for optimal preservation during transport: wrapped in gift paper breathable, a cotton cover, a decorative mesh, and a box-suitcase handle.
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