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  • Olive oil from Baena.

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    … (Andalusia) The olive producing county of Baena, in Córdoba, is outstanding for the high quality of its oils. The Designation of Origin covers high-quality virgin oils with acidity below 1%. This is extra virgin olive oil, obtained from olives of the Picudo or Carrasqueño de Córdoba varieties as the…

  • Olive Oil.

    [Gastronomy]


    … Olive oil is extracted from olives, the fruit of the olive tree which, together with wheat and vines, makes up the triad of Mediterranean plants. The composition of this fruit varies, depending on the type of olive, the soil, the climate and how it is grown. Olives are composed of up to 32% oil, wat…

  • Fermoselle oil.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Castile-Leon) Oil from Fermosell is made in the place of the same name, in Los Arribes del Duero, Zamora. It is an extra virgin olive oil obtained from the 'manzanilla' olive variety. It has been known since Roman times, when the traditional method for making it in mills was already understood. The…

  • Olive Oil from Lower Aragon.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Aragon) The Oils protected under the 'Lower Aragon' Denomination of Origin are in the Extra Virgin category, obtained exclusively by pressing the olives. Extra Virgin Olive Oil obtained from at least 80% Empeltre olives, the main variety, and from Arbequina and Royal olives, in lesser proportions. …

  • Les Garrigues olive oil.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Catalonia) The olive plantations in the county of Les Garrigues, in Lleida, date from the last century. The extra quality virgin olive oils produced there are covered by the Designation of Origin. This is Extra Virgin Olive Oil obtained from olives of the Arbequina (main) and Verdiell varieties. Th…

  • Olive Oil from Majorca.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Balearic Islands) Olive tree cultivation and the consumption of Olive Oil have a long tradition on Majorca. This fact brought about the recent recognition of the Protected Denomination of Origin. It is Extra Virgin Olive Oil, obtained primarily from the 'mallorquina' variety of olive. It is produce…

  • Baix Ebre - Montsia olive oil.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Catalonia) Olive oil coming from the oldest olive producing area in Catalonia, possibly planted by the Iberians. This is Extra Virgin Olive Oil obtained from the Farga, Morrut and Sevillenca olive varieties. The oil is produced in the province of Tarragona, where a total of approximately 48,000 hec…

  • Trevélez cured ham.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Andalusia) The particular features of this cured ham are due to its special curing, carried out in unique climatic conditions, as Trevélez is one of the highest villages in Spain. Trevélez hams are guaranteed by the Food, Fisheries and Agriculture Ministry’s Specific Quality Designation, and contro…

  • Cured Ham from Huelva.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Andalusia) The prestigious cured ham from Huelva is typical of the Sierra de Aracena region, where it was first produced by small family industries. The Denomination of Origin covers hams and shoulders from pure Iberian pigs or crosses with Duroc Jersey pigs in which the latter make up a maximum of…

  • Asturian 'Fabe' (Bean).

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Asturias) The 'fabes' of Asturias are dried French beans of the 'phaseolus vulgaris' variety, whose quality must be extra or first to enjoy the protection of the Denomination of Origin. Fabes are cream-coloured, kidney shaped (long and flat) and larger than other varieties. They can be cultivated t…

  • Guijuelo cured ham.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Castile-Leon) In the south-east of the province of Salamanca, at an altitude of over 1,000 metres, Guijuelo gives its name to one of the most important Spanish regions in the art of Iberian ham curing. It comes from Iberian breed animals crossed with Duroc Jersey (no more than 25%), raised in Extre…

  • Asparagus from Aranjuez.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Madrid) Asparagus from Aranjuez is a traditional farm crop, characterised by its tenderness and persistent taste. It is characterised by its green colour and the closed, fleshy, triangular scale covered bud at the end. The turions themselves are erect, smooth and measure between 25 and 30 cm. It is…

  • Gin from Minorca.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Balearic Islands) This liquor, obtained from the juniper berries of Minorca, is a cross between the British gin and the Mediterranean spirit. Its origins date back to the colonial period (18th century), which the island of Minorca was occupied by the English Navy. Gin from Minorca is made with liqu…

  • Teruel cured ham.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Aragon) Cured hams from heavy pigs made in a natural environment in the traditional style. Animals born and reared in the province of Teruel, from the Landrace or Landrace and Duroc breeds may be included in this Designation of Origin. The hams must weigh between 8 and 9kg with blood and they are c…

  • Afuega'l Pitu cheese.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Asturias) One of the oldest and most widespread Asturian cheeses, both in terms of its considerable production and for its wide manufacturing area. Its name comes from the "bable" Asturian dialect and means 'choking cake', reflecting its unusual texture as it hits the taster's palate and pharynx. I…

  • Castellano cheese.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Castile-Leon) Castile-Leon is the Spanish region with the greatest industrial cheese production. 85% of pure sheep's milk cheese is made there, among which Castellano is the best known. It is made throughout the region of Castile-Leon from milk coming from sheep of the Churra and Castellana breeds.…

  • Arzúa-Ulloa Cheese.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Galicia) This is one of the traditional cheeses of Galicia, whose home elaboration is widespread and deeply rooted. In Arzúa, La Coruña, it is still made by hand. In the provinces of La Coruña and Lugo, this delicious fresh, semi-cured or cured cheese is made with milk from Rubia Gallega, Frisian o…

  • Cabrales Cheese.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Asturias) Also known as Quesu Cabrales or Cabraliego, this is one of the most important blue cheeses in the world. It is made with cow's milk or with goat and sheep's milk, which is more highly valued. Its name comes from the Asturian town where it has been made since time immemorial. With a strong…

  • Burgos cheese.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Castile-Leon) Fresh Burgos cheese is the most typical one from the province. Nowadays, because of its many uses, it is commonly eaten throughout Spain. The so-called Burgos cheese takes its name from the Castilian city where it is made. It is a fresh, soft, watery cheese made with sheep's milk. It …

  • Prat Chicken and Capon.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Catalonia) The Prat breed is native to the region of Baix Llobregat and is one of the most typical and valued for the quality of its meat. Its origins date back to the mid-19th century. The animals from this breed stand out for the slate blue colour of their feet, pearl coloured skin, long breast, …

  • Ibores cheese.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Extremadura) This is one of the best known Extremaduran cheeses because of its quality and characteristic flavour. Cheese made with unpasteurised goat's milk, small in size (its weight ranges between 700g and 1.2kg), cylindrical and irregular in shape, with a smooth reddish yellow rind, although it…

  • Camerano Cheese.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (La Rioja) Camerano Cheese, typical of La Rioja, is a fresh or slightly airy cheese made from goat's milk. Its shape is flat and cylindrical and the rind is etched with the lines produced by the wicker basket or 'zaragato' that is used as a mould. It is small and generally weighs no more than a kilo…

  • Majorca almonds.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Balearic Islands) Almonds are a purely Mediterranean product. They are an important fruit for the Balearic economy and for the islands' agriculture and are mainly used for making sweets. The Roman Empire was a great consumer of this fruit and it was probably the Romans who introduced its cultivatio…

  • Aragonese almonds.

    [Gastronomy]


    … (Aragon) Aragonese almonds form part of the characteristic confectionery from the Autonomous Community of Aragon and, in particular, from the county of Maestrazgo in Teruel. These have been made traditionally since the Middle Ages and enjoy an excellent reputation throughout the country. It was the …


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