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  • Serrano Ham
    <p>In Jamón Pasión we select the very best pieces of serrano ham with the perfect maduration, and we put them on sale in our online store. Not only can you acquire our serrano ham but also a knife-cut serrano ham for us. Go to our website and have a look!</p> <h2>Serrano Ham Direct from the factory.</h2> <p>We select the best pieces of Serrano Ham with a perfect maturation directly from the producers and farmers to guarantee our customers high quality hams such as the <a href="" target="_blank">Spanish hams from Trevélez</a>, 100% natural, without additives, as well as the jamon serranos from Juviles. We also have Teruel DOP hams, as well as <a href="" target="_blank">Señorío de Las Cumbres natural hams</a>, also produced in a natural way, just ham and salt.</p> <h2>Buy Serrano Hams.</h2> <p>We offer in our <strong>online jamon store</strong> IGP Products (Protected Geographical Indication) Serrano Hams from Trevélez and Serón without additives; as well as <strong>Duroc hams</strong>. In our online store Jamón Pasión you have the option of acquiring knife-cut Serrano ham, you can <strong>buy the Spanish Serrano Ham</strong> at the best price and with cheap shipping. 90% of our products in this section are<strong> 100% Natural Serrano hams</strong>.</p> <h2>Buy Serrano Ham Online</h2> <p>At Jamón Pasión we are passionate about our Serrano hams, Iberian hams and Iberian acorn-fed hams (jamón bellota) and if you buy serrano ham you will understand why. We select the very best pieces of Serrano ham leg with perfect maturation and we always deal directly with the ham producers and farmers themselves, in order to guarantee our customers the very best quality hams such as Trevélez hams and Teruel PDO (Protected Denomination of Origin) hams, not to mention our best-selling Gran Reserva ham from the Extremadura region in south-west Spain. Our online store visitors can buy serrano ham in a selection of PGI products (Protected Geographical Indication), such as 100% natural, additive-free hams from Trevélez (a village in the province of Granada, Andalusia, Southern Spain) and Serón (a small town in the province of Almería, Andalusia), as well as distinguished and distinctive Duroc hams.<br /><br />Our online store offers knife-cut Serrano ham at reasonable prices and very low shipping rates. The vast majority of our Serrano ham products available for purchase, 90%, are 100% natural Serrano hams, such as our “Baza” produced Gran Reserva Duroc Serrano Ham, or our “Casa Conejos” branded Duroc Serrano Ham from Teruel, a high-altitude town in the mountainous Aragon region of eastern Spain. Buy serrano ham at our online store today.</p> <h2>What is Serrano Ham?</h2> <p>In Spanish gastronomy, cured ham has for a very long time been a fan favourite when it comes to Christmas shopping, special occasions or significant events. The term Serrano ham is a Spanish term, whereas prosciutto is Italian, and both are cured meats. Spanish ham is always cured with the leg, although once the curing process is complete, the ham can easily be boned. Spanish cured ham has a powerful flavour and texture – when the bone is not removed, it gives the product a more distinctive taste and aroma. Production areas are very extensive, since we are talking about a very traditional product with a long history. It has always been made right in the family home. Not too long ago, in fact, it was very typical for families to raise their pigs and make jamón serrano themselves for their own personal consumption. Today this continues to be done, although of course the majority of ham production has since been professionalised for the mass market. <a href="/gb/products/buy-spanish-hams/iberico-ham/">Buy Iberico Ham</a> at our online store and find it out.<br /><br />The most recognised type is the Trevélez ham, characterised by its 100% natural curing, with no additive and protected by the Jamón de Trévelez PGI, or Protected Geographical Indication. In the province of Granada, Baza hams are also seen as prestigious and are produced naturally, with no additives, giving them a unique flavour. We also have the Serrano de Serón hams, belonging to the PGI Jamón de Serón, located in the geographical area of Alpujarra of Almería, in the Andalusia region of Southern Spain. You can also <a href="/gb/products/buy-spanish-hams/bellota-iberico-hams/">buy Bellota Iberico ham</a> at our online store and discover its flavour.</p> <h2>Cheap and Quality Serrano Ham</h2> <p>Visiting the Jamón Pasión online store at will allow you to buy any ham or Serrano pork shoulder to take home and enjoy with your family. Our Serrano ham is of such high quality and can be sold at such competitive prices because we keep our hams resting in their place of origin, in natural cellars, and they are sent straight from their production areas, with no distributors or intermediaries along the way. Our wide range of cheap Serrano hams on offer on includes certified organic hams and our popular 100% natural hams, free from additives or preservatives.<br /><br />Visit our store for the full range of cheap Serrano ham products. Choose from customer favourites such as our 100% natural “Baza” produced Reserva Serrano ham, or our premium quality 100% certified organic “Casa Conejos” Serrano ham. You might also be interested in our ham accessories, such as our best-selling “3 Claveles” stainless steel ham holder and knife pro.</p> <p>Therefore, if you want to buy a serrano ham or a <a href="" target="_blank">pork shoulder</a> (Paleta) on offer without sacrificing quality, take a quick look at the products in this category on our website.</p>
  • Iberico Ham
    <p></p> <p>“Iberico” ham, or the iberian ham, is a wonderful kind of ham that you should know and taste at least once. In our online store we have several packs and ham accessories in which you can choose and purchase the one you convince the most. Check out our incredible selection and different offers to taste our Serrano hams.</p> <h2>Buy Cebo de Campo and Cebo Iberico Ham.</h2> <p>We choose for our clients the most balanced pieces of <strong>Cebo de Campo Iberico Ham</strong> (formerly called "Recebo": Pigs fed with a mixed diet of feed, cereals and wild fruits and herbs), and <strong>Cebo Iberico Ham</strong> (feed based on feed and legumes) to guarantee their quality.<br /><br />In this section of the <strong>Jamón online store</strong> you have at your disposal an extensive range of <strong>the best Iberian hams</strong>. We offer guaranteed and certified products according to the legal regulations on Iberian hams and loin.<br /><br />We work directly with the producers and select the best pieces to guarantee the best balance of each one. Here you can <strong>buy jamon iberico</strong> 50% Iberian Breed and Cebo de Campo hams 75% and 50% Iberian Breed; white flange and green flange respectively.</p> <h2>Sale of Iberian hams at the Best Price.</h2> <p>Since all our hams are sent directly from the natural drying rooms located in the place of origin of production, they will always be in the best conditions. Therefore, since there is no type of intermediary, you can get<strong> the cheapest spanish hams</strong>.<br /><br />It has the best producers, such as those of Embutidos Morato, awarded on numerous occasions for <strong>the best jamon iberico</strong>.<br /><br /><a href="" target="_blank">Benito hams</a>, internationally known or hams from small producers who pamper their products in detail located in the Sierra de Aracena and Picos de Aroche,<strong> Huelva</strong>.<br /><br />We also offer the best pieces made in <strong>Extremadura and Guijuelo</strong>. <strong>Buying at Jamón Pasión</strong> is a guarantee that you will obtain very high quality products. </p> <h2>Buy Iberico Ham Online</h2> <p>It might be daunting at first to choose what ham to buy from the wide selection available. Pata Negra hams, for example, tend to be more suitable for special occasions and significant events, such as a wedding or at Christmas, as the outlay is much higher than other types of ham.</p> <p><strong><a href="" target="_blank">Iberian pork shoulders</a></strong>, on the other hand, are much more within reach of a wider public – it is to be noted, however, that their fat content tends to be much higher than other hams.</p> <p>The <strong>Spanish Iberian ham “Cebo de Campo” Iberico Ham</strong>, are another great option as they tend to be less expensive than acorn-fed Iberian hams, and the Jamón Pasión online store has a great selection at very reasonable price points.</p> <p><strong> Iberico cebo jamon</strong>, on the other hand, tends to have excellent flavour but not so much taste or aromatic complexity. For this reason, it’s much more reasonably priced with respect to other types of Spanish cured hams and is perfect for everyday consumption. Of course, if complexity of flavour and a lean, reduced fat consistency is important to the consumer, the acorn-fed or field bait hams are ideal, as the feeding of acorns, fruits and herbs plus the exercise they do while roaming the open pastures and meadows give them great quality at a good price point for most consumers.</p> <p>Buy Iberico ham online at our store today.</p> <h2>Quality Iberian Ham</h2> <p>The Spanish Cebo de Campo pig is definitely worth knowing about when selecting which Iberian ham to buy, the “<a href="/gb/products/buy-spanish-hams/bellota-iberico-hams/">Bellota Iberico Ham</a>”. This pig is where the Iberian Cebo de Campo ham originates, and comes in several varieties of purity: 100%, 75% and 50% Iberian breed. The most widely available and sold to consumers is the 50% Iberian breed.<br /><br />Like other types of ham we’ve mentioned here, this type of pig is raised in freedom, able to roam at leisure outside in the Spanish pastures and meadows, and feeds on the natural resources already available in the field. Although acorns are not specifically intended for them, they may have access to them on certain occasions and if quantities are sufficient. Open-air farming for this type of pig is crucial as the animals travel many miles every single day searching for herbs, which gives their meat a distinguished and distinctive texture and consistency which consumers love.<br /><br />Also in the category of Iberian pigs are the bait, where the <strong>Iberian cebo hams</strong> originate from. The vast majority are of 50% Iberian breed. This type of pig is raised in an intensive manner on pig farms. They are not free to roam and they are not fed on natural resources available on the field, such as grasses. Their diet is strictly based on high-quality cereals. <a href="/gb/products/buy-spanish-hams/serrano-ham/">Serrano hams</a> are also available and a wide selection can be found on our website at, on our online store.</p> <h2>Prices and Offers for Iberian Ham</h2> <p>Our online store at jamon pasion offers visitors packs that are made up of <strong>Jamon Serrano</strong> with an assortment of pork sausages of great quality at a very reasonable price, as well as the option to purchase packs of cured pork shoulders.</p> <p>You can also purchase batches of ham together with a wooden ham holder, ham knife or iberian chorizo, which make great gifts.</p> <p>Some of the jamón iberico prices are: Packs of 100% natural Serrano ham, batches of Trevélez hams, Extremadura hams and 100% natural additive-free hams from the mountainous Spanish region of Sierra de Baza are just some of the packs of ham available to visitors of our online store at</p> <p>Christmas baskets can also be made from the purchase of individual items from our store – select the ham or pork shoulder you prefer and add sausages or ham accessories as a nice extra gift. Highly recommended is our popular Señorío de las Cumbres Reserve Serrano Ham Set weighing in at 7-7.5 kg, or 15-16.5 lbs approximately. Or for a solution that offers even greater value for money, why not take a look at  our Pork Shoulder Gran Reserva Set, Morato brand from Extremadura? It weights between 4.5 and 5 kg (around 10 to 11 lbs). Take profit from jamon iberico price at the Jamón Pasión store and buy yours today.</p>
  • Bellota Iberico Ham
    <p></p> <p>All our products have the highest quality, and our iberian acorn-fed ham is not an exception. The iberian acorn-fed ham is a kind of ham that all our customers just love. If you want to try first-hand this incredible flavor you just have to go to our online store and buy a piece of this ham. You won’t regret it!</p> <h2>Exquisite Bellota Iberico ham Leg.</h2> <p>Selection direct to the producer of the <strong>best acorn-fed ham</strong> 100% Iberian pure of bellota (<strong>Pata Negra ham</strong>), 75% Iberian Acorn-fed and 50% Iberian Acorn-fed to guarantee our clients the very <strong>best quality</strong>. All the pigs fed at the base of grasses and wild fruits and acorns, enjoyed during their whole fattening stage of total freedom of movement for the meadows, which gives them, along with feeding a distinguished and distinctive quality, aroma and taste.</p> <h2>Pata Negra Iberico Ham Store.</h2> <p>Whole hams sent directly from the factory, in natural drying sheds located in the place of origin of the production, will always be in the best conditions. Therefore, as there is no middleman, you can buy the cheapest pata negra hams.</p> <p>It has the best producers, such as the <a href="" target="_blank">Majada Pedroche Spanish Bellota iberico hams</a> with protected designation of origin Los Pedroches and 100% natural, without additives. Prestigious brands such as Morato hams, which have won international awards. </p> <p><a href="" target="_blank">Benito Pata Negra 100% Iberian ham</a>, internationally famous and very affordable compared to other brands, or hams from small producers who pamper their products located in the Sierra de Aracena y los Picos de Aroche, in Huelva.</p> <p>Jamón de bellota Diamante negro, awarded at European level as the best 100% Iberian ham.</p> <p>We also offer the best pieces produced in Extremadura and Guijuelo, such as the Arturo Sánchez double mountain ham. Buying at Jamón Pasión is a guarantee that you will get top quality products.</p> <h2>Where to buy Iberian Acorn-Fed Ham</h2> <p>Jamón Pasión’s selection of Iberian acorn-fed ham is made from pigs fed a healthy mix of grass, wild fruits and acorns. During the entire fattening stage they are left free to roam the meadows, giving the final ham a distinguished and distinctive quality, aroma and taste. Our hams are sent straight from the factory, from their natural drying rooms located in the same place of production, ensuring the highest quality and the lowest prices, as we do not work with any intermediary or distributors. Our collaborations with local producers and farmers extend to award-winning brands such as the prestigious Embutidos Morato, prized for their distinguished jamón ibérico (Iberian ham).<br /><br />Other brands we work with include 5 Jotas and Sánchez Romero Carvajal. We also partner with Benito Hams, a well-known producer both regionally and internationally, as well as smaller independent acorn-fed ham producers located in the mountainous Andalusian region of Sierra de Aracena and Picos de Aroche, in Huelva. We’re also proud to be working with Black Diamond Hams, well-known at a European level for their exquisite 100% Iberian acorn-fed ham. As for their origins, our products derive from Extremadura and Guijuelo, a town in the province of Salamanca, in the Spanish autonomous region of Castile and León.</p> <h2>The uniqueness of Iberian Acorn-Fed Ham</h2> <p>Buying your ham from Jamón Pasión is a guarantee that you’re getting the highest quality ham. Proof of this is the fact that our products have four Protected Designation of Origin indications available in Spain: Dehesa de Extremadura, Jabugo, Guijuelo and Los Pedroches. Iberian (Ibérico) ham is different from other cured meats produced in Spain, as it’s smell, consistency and taste are specific to the breed of pig and its diet. Even within the category of <a href="/gb/products/buy-spanish-hams/iberico-ham/">Iberian ham</a>, there are differences according to what kind of diet they have been fed. Iberian ham in general originates from pigs that have been reared out in the open air, in pastures and meadows, and that have been fed mainly on wild fruits, herbs and acorns during the montanera season – from October to February, coinciding, directly with the time of maturation of the acorn. It is almost always the middle of October when the pigs are taken to the Dehesa, or Iberian pastureland, to graze and if the season is good, the phase extends until the end of March.<br /><br />The category of Iberian hams includes acorn-fed hams of Spanish origin, of both 75% and 50% Iberian breed, as well as those of 100% racial purity, also known as Pata Negra (literally “Black Leg” – this is black-label ham sourced from acorn-fed pure-bred Black Iberian pork). The diet and aging of Pata Negra and non-Pata Negra hams does not differ – the only distinguishing feature is the degree of racial purity. It is to be noted that the pigs have access to acorns only during the montanera season (October to February/March), while the rest of the year while still enjoying the outdoors and grazing in the field, they are fed with cereals and legumes.</p> <h2>Spanish Acorn-Fed Ham Prices</h2> <p>Jamón Pasión’s ham products come in a wide selection of prices to suit all customer needs. One of our most premium products is our prized 5 Jotas 100% Iberian acorn-fed ham. For more price conscious consumers, we also offer our fantastic Morato branded 50% Iberian acorn-fed jamón ibérico ham or even a wide range of <a href="/gb/products/buy-spanish-hams/serrano-ham/">Serrano hams</a>, such as our 100% natural, additive-free “Jamón de Juviles” Reserve Serrano ham.</p> <p>We recommend <strong><a href="" target="_blank">"Jamón Pasión" PDO Los Pedroches 100% Acorn-fed Iberico ham</a></strong> from pigs reared in the wild throughout their lives and fed on acorns and wild grasses during the "montanera" season. An authentic DOP Los Pedroches ham at the best price without competition.<br /><br />Also available to visitors of our online store are spanish acorn-fed ham accessories, including our popular stainless steel ham holder and knife “3 Claveles”, or our case of professional Spanish ham knives. Feel free to browse our online store at your leisure – you’ll find dedicated sections for hams, sausages, pork shoulders, accessories, packs and baskets and much more. </p> <p></p>
  • Pata Negra Ham
    <p>Popularly, in Spain, when we want to imply that a product, especially a food product, is of the best possible quality, we use the expression <strong>pata negra</strong>, appropriating the meaning we give to the highest quality ham legs: 100% iberico acorn-fed hams.</p> <p>It must be understood that the name <strong>pata negra</strong> refers to the <strong>high quality</strong>, rather than a physical trait of the pig, since the vast majority of Iberian hams, even if they are not acorn-fed, also have black hoofs, except for some breeds, such as the Manchado de Jabugo, which has white. Even the Duroc breed of pig, which produces very good quality <a href="" target="_blank">Serrano hams</a>, can have a black hoof and is not Iberian.</p> <p>Since the regulations regulating the quality of Iberian ham and its labeling came to light, among many other issues to guarantee the product, the term pata negra ham can only be used to refer to <strong>Spanish hams made from 100% Iberian pigs</strong> and that have fed on herbs, wild grasses and especially acorns during the montanera season.</p> <h2>What is pata negra ham?</h2> <p>A pata negra ham is an Iberian ham that has been produced from the hind legs of purebred Iberian pigs, i.e. its progenitors are 100% of the Iberian breed and have been reared in the open air, feeding on the natural resources of the countryside and acorns during the fattening season, when these fruits are ripe, from October to March.</p> <p>Of all the <a href="" target="_blank">Iberico hams</a>, this pata negra category is one of the most sought-after thanks to its <strong>unbeatable quality and the unique gastronomic experience it provides</strong>, very different from many other meat products.</p> <p>It is very easy to distinguish it, since it must have a <strong>black flange or label</strong> (clamp) around the shank of the ham, near the hoof, with the logo of the ASICI (Interprofessional Association of the Iberian Pig) which should read: <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><em>Jamón de bellota 100% Ibérico</em></span>.</p> <p>Pata Negra Spanish ham can also be known as <strong>"black label ham" </strong>(jamón etiqueta negra) or "black flange."</p> <p>It is possible that there are commercial names in other types of ham that use the expression "black label ham", but in these cases, the ham will not have the black identifying flange that specifies the percentage of Iberian breed and its diet, that is, the acorns, nor may it appear written anywhere that it is an Iberian ham.</p> <h2>Why buy pata negra ham at Jamón Pasión?</h2> <p>All pata negra hams at Jamón Pasión are 100% pure-bred Iberian hams, and certified with distinctive legal labels that guarantee their quality. In addition to this obvious fact, each of our hams is stored in <strong>the producers' facilities under optimal conditions of temperature and humidity</strong>, guaranteeing that the meat retains its unequalled quality.</p> <p>When you buy from Jamón Pasión, you will also enjoy competitive prices and the best options to choose from.</p> <h3>Without intermediaries: competitive prices</h3> <p>Our pata negra hams are <strong>shipped directly from the place of production</strong>, without intermediaries or warehouse changes that could affect their quality. After selecting your pata negra Iberian ham from our online shop, an expert verifies the quality by calado, which involves assessing the maturation and aroma by inserting a thin, elongated instrument called a "Cala" into specific points of the ham.</p> <p>This process without intermediaries not only guarantees quality, but also allows you to enjoy more competitive prices when purchasing Pata Negra acorn-fed hams. We also offer Acorn-fed 100% Iberico pata negra <a href="" target="_blank">Boned hams</a>, which are prepared immediately after purchase. The rind and surface fat are removed and vacuum-packed for delivery.</p> <h3>Variety of high-quality options</h3> <p>Additionally, at Jamón Pasión you will find the highest quality options, including <strong><a href="" target="_blank">PDO </a><a href="" target="_blank">Los Pedroches Pata Negra Acorn-fed iberico ham</a></strong> and<strong><a href="" target="_blank"> PDO Jabugo hams</a>.</strong> These designations are a guarantee of excellence and are granted only to Iberian products that meet the most rigorous quality standards. We also offer pata negra bellota hams from renowned brands, such as the prestigious <strong><a href="" target="_blank">5 Jotas</a></strong>, and with a very good quality at a very reasonable price, the <a href="" target="_blank"><strong>Benito</strong></a> iberico de bellota ham.</p> <p>At Jamón Pasión we also have a selection of <a href="" target="_blank"><strong>Spanish hams without additives</strong></a>, including pata negra hams, such as those of the brand "<a href="" target="_blank"><strong>Jamones de Juviles</strong></a>", made in the heart of the Sierra Nevada National Park, Granada. </p> <p>In short, buying pata negra ham at Jamón Pasión is a choice that guarantees quality, variety and competitive prices for cured ham lovers.</p> <h2>What is the difference between pata negra and acorn-fed ham?</h2> <p>There are very few differences between both legs of ham. The most notable are the following:</p> <ul style="list-style-type: disc;"> <li><strong>The percentage of Iberian breed</strong>: As we have explained, Pata Negra ham is 100% Iberian, while in acorn-fed ham the breed purity can vary between 50% and 75%. This is because a purebred pig, which must always be the mother according to regulations, is crossed with a Duroc breed pig, obtaining 50% Iberian, or a purebred pig with a 50% Iberian, obtaining 75% % Iberian Iberian breed.</li> <li><strong>Fat infiltration</strong>: A pata negra ham, obtained from a pure breed Iberian pig, has less fat infiltration, resulting in a meat with a greater proportion of lean and without as much marbling as an Iberian acorn-fed ham crossed with Duroc might have.</li> <li><strong>Flavor</strong>: Although the two Iberian hams are of excellent quality and have an intense flavour, the Pata Negra ham will have <span style="text-decoration: underline;"><em>more differentiated nuances</em></span> , such as more pronounced notes of acorns and nuts.</li> <li><strong>Shape of the leg</strong>: The more racial purity, the more stylized the leg of ham will be, obtaining an elongated, profiled shape with a much finer shank than other hams.</li> <li><strong>Price</strong>: Buying acorn-fed pata negra ham will always be somewhat more expensive than acorn-fed ham, which is not 100% Iberian, although the difference is not substantial.</li> </ul> <p>For everything else, they are very similar. They have several similarities precisely in the most important thing when it comes to making Iberian hams: the <strong>type of aging and the diet</strong>. In both cases, it is exactly the same. They are raised outdoors, traveling many kilometers daily in search of pastures and during the montanera season, they feed exclusively on acorns and other natural resources from the pasture.</p> <p>All these similarities and differences between these two categories of Iberian ham can also be applied to<strong> pata negra acorn-fed Iberian pork shoulders </strong>and bellota iberian por shoulder.</p> <h2>Characteristics of pata negra ham</h2> <p>The main characteristic that differentiates it from the rest of the hams is <strong>the combination of its percentage of Iberian breed, which is 100% pure, with its diet based on acorns and wild fruits in the pasture</strong> during the montanera period. Only this combination, and no other, of racial and dietary factors, results in this gourmet product so appreciated around the world.</p> <p>Externally it has an <strong>elongated appearance and a thin leg</strong> , with a good proportion of external covering fat, greater than any other Iberian ham. Internally it has a lower percentage of infiltrated fat than other Iberian hams, resulting in a more cured meat, with less marbling. By having less fat infiltration, its flavor will be more delicate, where the nuances will stand out easily.</p> <p>It is a product that <strong>from a nutritional point of view provides many benefits</strong>, both its meat and its fat. Due to the consumption of acorns, which can reach 12 kg/day per animal, the fat of Pata Negra ham contains a large contribution of unsaturated fatty acids, such as oleic acid, around 55%-60%. Just a little bit less than olive oil. Despite what it may seem, it is a very good ally of good cholesterol (HDL) and reduces bad cholesterol (LDL).</p> <h2>Consumption of acorn-fed pata negra hams</h2> <p>The most purist fans choose to <strong>savor the Pata Negra Iberian ham on its own,</strong> avoiding its use in culinary preparations so as not to disguise its subtle gastronomic nuances. At most, they would choose to accompany it with bread and cheese, or a suitable wine that does not compromise the delicacy of the product.</p> <p>Although it can be used <strong>at room temperature in various recipes</strong> (without cooking), such as in typical Spanish dishes such as broad beans with onion, peas with ham, artichokes or the famous broken eggs with ham, for an authentic culinary experience, it is recommended to enjoy it in thin Freshly cut slices straight from the leg.</p> <h3>How to cut pata negra ham?</h3> <p>For long-term consumption, as is common at home, it is recommended <strong>to start with the stifle</strong>, which is the narrowest part and is shown with the hoof facing down. This area is less juicy and more seasoned, so leaving it until last could make it too tough and difficult to cut or eat. In contrast, the mace, which is the part with the most fat and juiciness, will remain in excellent condition for a long time.</p> <p>In this article we explain step by step <a href="" target="_blank">how to carve a ham leg</a>.</p> <h3>Pairing of Iberian pata negra ham</h3> <p>It is very common to pair pata negra acorn-fed ham with aged or reserve red wines, like most red meats with a powerful flavor, but a wine of these characteristics could camouflage the flavor of the ham. If you are going to choose a red wine, make sure it is a <strong>young red wine</strong> that has not spent much time in the barrel.</p> <p>According to experts, <strong>white wines</strong> help the ham stand out more. As it contains fewer tannins, the astringency decreases and the flavors of the slice of ham are enhanced.</p> <p>By having more acidity, this type of wine helps cleanse the palate so that each bite of pata negra ham is a new explosion of flavor. Always choose <strong>dry white wines</strong>, never sweet.</p> <p>Sommeliers and those most knowledgeable in pairing affirm that the best combination for a good Iberian pata negra ham is <strong>Fino and Manzanilla</strong> . They are white wines with the particularity of having a lot of body but with a delicate character. Furthermore, the floral and nutty nuances of these wines form the perfect combination with the fat of the ham and its acorn nuances.</p> <p>On the other hand, <strong>champagne and cava</strong> would also be a good choice.</p> <h2>How to preserve pata negra Iberian ham</h2> <p>The care and maintenance of a pata negra acorn-fed ham is quite simple and can be summarized in following some basic tips:</p> <ul style="list-style-type: disc;"> <li><strong>Get rid of all the packaging</strong>: When you decide to buy a pata negra online, you will surely receive it very well packaged to prevent any damage during transport. As soon as you receive it, you must take it out of the box, remove the greaseproof paper and the cotton cover so that it can breathe and the humidity does not create mold.</li> <li><strong>Locate it in a suitable place</strong>: The ideal is to put it in a place in the house away from direct sunlight and external heat sources such as stoves, radiators or appliance motors.</li> <li><strong>Cover the cut</strong>: Once you have started eating the acorn-fed pata negra ham, although it is customary to put a slice of bacon that was removed when cleaning it on the cut, it is not appropriate. It is advisable to cover it with a layer of plastic wrap and drop a clean kitchen cloth on top of it. It is a very good idea, if you do not consume ham daily, to spread a little of the fat on it, as if it were butter, which we can obtain by scraping the sides of the ham with the blunt part of a knife and thus keep that area hydrated.</li> </ul>
  • Duroc Hams
    <p>Duroc ham is much more than a simple food product. It is a culinary experience that awakens the senses and leaves a lasting impression on the palate of those who try it. Its juicy texture and exceptionally rich flavor are the result of careful breeding and selection of the highest quality pigs.</p> <p>Duroc refers to the breed of pig that is used to make one of the <strong>best ham legs from white pigs</strong> . Duroc hams have the peculiarity of being able to have black hoofs, just like <a href="" target="_blank">Iberico hams</a> . Hams with a greater infiltration of fat than other white breeds, which gives them a more unctuous texture and a more powerful flavor and aroma.</p> <p>Discover the convenience of buying top quality Duroc ham from the comfort of your home and enjoy an incomparable gastronomic experience in every bite.</p> <h2>Buy Duroc hams online at Jamón Pasión</h2> <p>At Jamón Pasión, we are proud to offer a wide selection of Duroc hams carefully selected and cured by expert artisans. Our selection process guarantees that only the best specimens reach your table, ensuring maximum quality and freshness in each slice.</p> <p>In our online ham store we have for sale an <strong>exclusive selection of Duroc hams</strong> from the best producers in Spain, among which are 100% natural hams without additives. Only Duroc breed serrano hams of the highest quality have a place in Jamón Pasión.</p> <p><a href="" target="_blank">Serrano ham</a> made from the Duroc breed of pig has a longer curing time than other cured white breed hams, since by having greater fat infiltration, what we know as "marbling", the meat is more hydrated and It requires longer maturation times.</p> <h2>Duroc Ham at the Best Price</h2> <p>We work hand in hand with producers and ship directly from the factory, without intermediaries, so you can buy <strong>Duroc ham cheaper</strong> without losing quality.</p> <p>Our commitment to quality is not compromised by our affordable prices. Each piece of Duroc ham we offer is carefully selected by expert ham masters, guaranteeing the freshness, flavor and texture characteristic of this unique variety. At Jamón Pasión we strive to offer competitive prices that allow you to enjoy this culinary delicacy without worries.</p> <p>In our <strong>catalog of Duroc hams</strong> you will find both ham legs, <a href="" target="_blank">boneless hams</a> and ham shoulders. We offer the possibility of purchasing a Duroc ham and selecting it to be sliced, so at the factory a whole piece of the selected weight will be chosen and then it will be cut and vacuum packed in envelopes.</p> <h2>What is Duroc Spanish ham?</h2> <p>It is a cured ham made from <strong>Duroc-Jersey pigs</strong> , which would be the most appropriate name, although it is usually named just Duroc. It is the hybridization of two ancient North American pig breeds, the Old Duroc and the Red Jersey.</p> <p>The Duroc pig has a reddish coat, slightly long hair and is larger than the Iberian pig. It is the only white breed that has the peculiarity of infiltrating fat into the meat, which is why it is used to cross with other white pigs and the only one that, by law, can be used for crossing with Iberian pigs.</p> <p>Being an animal that easily adapts to many types of climate, has great resistance, a high reproductive capacity and grows faster than other breeds, it has become very popular among livestock farmers and today it is found in practically all breeds. continents. In Spain it began to become popular in the 70s.</p> <h3>Differences between Duroc, Iberian and Serrano ham</h3> <p>First of all, it must be made clear that Duroc and Iberico refer to the breed, from which white hams and Iberian hams are obtained, respectively, including <a href="" target="_blank">pata negra acorn-fed hams</a>.</p> <p>The denomination serrano refers to a type of ham under a specific production regulation and that carries the ETG seal "Traditional Specialty Guaranteed" that establishes parameters and production requirements that must be met to achieve the appropriate quality. The origin or breeds of pig have nothing to do with it, except that all Serrano hams come from white breed pigs. Therefore, a Duroc ham can be Serrano, if it is made under the ETG quality seal, or not, so it should be called "cured ham."</p> <p>Nowadays, many farmers cross the Duroc breed with other white-coated pigs to obtain better quality meat, since it provides more juiciness and tenderness.</p> <h2>Where to buy the best Duroc hams?</h2> <p>At Pasión ham we offer you an exclusive selection of the best Duroc ham. We don't have many, but the ones we do have are of excellent quality. The vast majority of <strong>the Duroc serrano hams</strong> that we offer are completely free of additives, colorings and artificial preservatives. The only natural preservative it has is sea salt, and also in low proportions.</p> <p>Although in this section we will only include the Duroc hams that carry the name on their label, all Serrano hams and Trevélez hams from the Juviles, Señorío de Las Cumbres and Jamón Pasión brands are obtained from white pigs that have been crossed Duroc pork to give it superior texture, aroma and flavor.</p>

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Online Serrano Hams and Iberico Hams store【Jamón Pasión】

In this category of the online Jamón Pasión Store you will find the best selection of Serrano, Ibérico and Ibérico de Bellota hams. Hams from the best ham producers.

Our Serrano and Iberian hams remain in the natural drying sheds and from there they are sent directly, without intermediaries. The master ham maker chooses the pieces one by one at their optimum point of consumption.

Buy Serrano Ham and Iberico Ham.

Our online shop offers you Duroc ham, Gran Reserva and Reserva Serrano Hams; 100% Natural Hams, without additives and the most internationally renowned such as Trevélez Ham, produced in the Sierra Nevada National Park or Teruel PDO Ham. As well as the best quality Iberian hams, including 100% acorn-fed hams iberico de bellota jamom with Protected Designation of Origin. 

At Jamón Pasión you can buy Serrano and Iberian hams from the best producers. Family businesses with several generations dedicated to the breeding of pigs and the production of ham. The famous pata negra Iberian hams obtained from pigs raised in freedom in the countryside and fed with acorns and wild herbs.

Spanish Ham at the best price.

Buying ham on our website is very easy, and you will always get the best price as we ship directly from the producers' drying sheds. 

We have best quality iberico hams: Jabugo, Guijuelo, Dehesa de Extremadura and the acclaimed hams without additives DOP Los Pedroches, both pata negra and acorn-fed hams 75% and 50% Iberian breed and Cebo de campo and cebo Iberico ham. Among our products you will also find Spanish hams without additives.

The Serrano ham that we offer for sale far exceeds the minimum maturation times required by the regulations, achieving pieces of great balance.