Jamón is the trademark of Spanish cuisine, featuring prominently in virtually every restaurant, bar and family kitchen.
The curing process is regarded as an art, with our producers honoring traditions that go back thousands of years.
It’s also important to prepare and serve Jamon Iberico using the correct techniques and equipment. It’s also just a pain in the backside if you are trying to delicately slice your jamon and you don’t have the right gear
- Always keep your blade sharpened
- Hold the Jamon in a sturdy and beautiful “Jamonero” (Ham holder)
- Present the sliced jamon beautifully – “one first eats with the eyes”
- Allow the jamon to reach room temperature before eating