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Enjoy the best Spanish charcuterie and sausages (embutidos) available for online shopping in our gourmet shop for Ireland. We offer artisan and premium-quality products of most of the popular types of Spanish charcuterie and sausages, including salchichón, chorizo, loin (lomo or lomo embuchado), fuet or espetec, sobrasada, butifarra, morcilla, cecina, chistorra (txistorra), paltruc or Catalan bull, longaniza (llonganissa), coppa, morcón, presa, sacallona, Spanish salami, turkey breast, mortadella ibérica, duck ham, pan montañés, pancetta, tocino, didalet, somalla, cigaleta, chicharrones, botillo, compango, pork cheese and Lunch (luncheon). Including products with appellation of origin, such as DOP (Denomination of Origin), IGP (Protected Geographical Indication) or ETG (Traditional Speciality Guaranteed), which includes Salchichón de Vic, Llonganissa de Vic, Sobrasada de Mallorca, Chorizo Riojano from La Rioja, Chorizo Cantimpalos of Segovia, Chorizo de León, and Morcilla de Burgos.
We offer sausages made of Iberico, White and Duroc pigs. Iberico sausages are made of bellota (acorn-fed) or cebo Iberico pigs (black pigs), either of 100%, 75%, or 50% pure breed. We also offer some of the most popular Spanish sausages and charcuterie products made of meat of turkey, bull, cow, wild boar, deer, goose, and duck.
Our products come in multiple formats, including whole dry-cured pieces, partial pieces of half or one-third of a piece, cañas or media cañas, pre-sliced or sliced in vacuum-sealed or protective atmosphere packaging, block pieces, diced in small cubes or strips, in packages with multiple pieces, whole pieces in premium packaging, mini bags, snack bags, mixed packs or premium sets. Chorizo pieces come in sarta, vela, cular or sliced types, both sweet or spicy with paprika (pimentón).
Our offering includes most of the premium and exclusive Spanish charcuterie and sausages brands such as Cinco Jotas (5J), Casa Riera Ordeix, Joselito, Blázquez, Sánchez Romero Carvajal, El Zagal, COVAP, Casa Tarradellas, Extrem, Palcarsa, Salgot, Peña Cruz, Boadas 1880, Iberico Sierra Azuaga, Palacios, Can Duran, Exentis, Pedragosa, España e Hijos, Mayoral (La Pirenaica), Señorío de Montanera, Crisol, Abras, Alfonso Sáez, Can Company, Carlit, Casa Fígols, Cecinas Pablo, Corte Noble, Cuyar Jabugo, Embuastur, Farcedo, Frial, Goikoa, Iglesias, La Alegría, La Flor de Mallorca, La Posada, La Selva, La Unión, La Venta Tabanera, Lainurvi, Legado Ibéricom Martiko, Noel, Obach, Pont, Rio, Sánchez Alcaraz, Señora Julia, Sierra Noble, La Alegría Riojana, Tia Felipa, Urban Picnic, Urkabe, Valldan y Vallina. All offered at the best price posible and of the highest quality. All our products have long curing periods and are carefully selected to provide you the best value and satisfaction. Charcuterie and sausage products that you will truly enjoy.
Most popular Spanish sausages:
Chorizo: Chorizo is the most popular pork charcuterie in Spain and is a must in any Spanish kitchen and restaurant. It comes in dozens of varieties: Smoked, spicy, cured or raw, chorizos are a must in the kitchen and also on the table. Cular from Salamanca, from Pamplona, from Cantimpalos, from El Bierzo, from La Rioja, from Soria, from Aracena, from Ronda, Ibérico from Huelva, from Los Pedroches, from Extremadura, from Teror (Canary Islands).
Salchichón: The most famous salchichón is probably the one from the Catalan town of Vic, made with white pork, although in recent years it has gained ground with Ibérico pork (black pig).
Fuet: It is a typical Catalan sausage, known by other names depending on the area of production: ‘somaia’, ‘espetec’, ‘secallona’.
Lomo (pork loin) / Lomo embuchado: This sausage is obtained from the loins of Ibérico acorn-fed pigs and compete in quality and reputation with the best reserve Ibérico hams. The loins are selected with little fat and are coated in smoked ‘pimentón de la Vera’ paprika and salt.
Chistorra (Txistorra): This fresh sausage, with its intense flavor and reddish color, is extremely popular in Navarre and Basque Country regions in the north of Spain, and also in some parts of Aragon.
Sobrasada: It is the most famous sausage in the Balearic Islands, especially from Mallorca, although it is not the only one in Spain. Mallorcan sobrasada is the most renowned owing to the black pig that produces a more flavorful, unctuous version versus its counterparts. It is protected by a Denomination of Origin (DOP) and the regulatory council ensures that the ingredients and production method are the traditional ones.
Butifarra: A family of sausages that extends throughout the ancient kingdom of Aragon (an area characterized by its excellent sausage), from the Pyrenees to Valencia and the Balearic Islands, with a multitude of variations in Catalonia. One of the most famous butifarra sausages is the one of La Garriga.
Morcilla: The most popular morcilla is the type made in Burgos (Castile and Leon), but it is not the only type in Spain. The morcilla of onion, also quite popular in Spain, although it is also eaten fried, is more commonly found in stews such as fabada asturiana or pork tripe (callos).
If you would like to read more detailed information on the different types of popular Spanish charcuterie and sausages (embutidos), please visit our post on this subject on our blog: Most popular charcuterie / sausages (embutidos) in Spain