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Acorn Iberian ham "Montanera" from Guijuelo


Acorn Iberian ham "Montanera" from Guijuelo.

Bellota Reserva Guijuelo Iberian ham: a ham of high quality.

A differentiating characteristic of Iberian products, compared to products obtained from white pigs, is their prolonged preparation process because they use very little salt during the salting process, and because the products are dried and matured in the natural environment of the geographical area of Guijuelo, with its unique microclimate. After the first phase of drying using both artificial and natural means for a period of 12 months, the pieces are hung in cellars with a constant level of humidity and temperature for a period from 8 to 10 months, approximately. Due to these characteristics of the cellars, a characteristic type of mildew grows on them.

The oldest of the cellar with a natural healing between 36-48 months.

Products made from meat that comes from Iberian pigs are very rich in protein and easily digested. They have a high biological and nutritional value due to the phenomenon of fermentation that concurs during maturation. They are also foods that are high in fat, but with the peculiarity that, due to the breed it is, this fat has a level of unsaturated fatty acid of 65%. These fats have a positive influence of the cholesterol and triglyceride metabolism, whereby increasing the level of good cholesterol, which is well known to cause a significant cardioprotective effect.


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Quality:Acorn 100% Iberian
Curing time:24 - 30 months
Price/kg:48,00 € / kg

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Acorn Iberian ham "Montanera" from Guijuelo

Acorn Iberian ham "Montanera" from Guijuelo

Bellota Reserva Guijuelo Iberian ham: a ham of high quality. The oldest of the cellar with a natural healing between 36-48 months.

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