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  • Anis from Chinchón.

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    …(Madrid) The tradition of anis production in Chinchón dates back to the 17th century, when vast crops of aniseed were first cultivated. The aniseed, known as 'matalahúva', oval shaped and green in colour, comes from the …

  • Beans from Gernika.

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    …(Basque Country) This type of bean, of American origin, has been grown in this area since the 18th century. Nowadays it is the basis for many stew and casserole recipes. The Gernika bean is a pinto bean, magenta in colou…

  • Anchovies from La Escala.

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    …(Catalonia) The fishing town of La Escala, in the Catalan region of Upper Ampurdán, has always been a privileged location for anchovy fishing, so the salted meat if this fish has been famous here since time immemorial. S…

  • Aperitif - Café de Alcoy.

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    …(Valencia) This coffee liqueur dates back to the first half of the 19th century, when the residents of the town of Alcoy started to drink it as an aperitif. It is a coffee-coloured watery liqueur, between 15 and 45% alco…

  • Anise from Alicante.

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    …(Valencia) Anise from Alicante is a liqueur that includes the aromas and flavours of aniseed, star anise and other natural substances. It has an alcoholic content of between 40 and 55%, with its sugar content limited to …

  • Saffron from La Mancha.

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    …(Castile-La Mancha) Saffron is a deeply rooted condiment, both economically and culturally, in Castile-La Mancha. It should not be considered just another agricultural product, rather part of the historic and cultural pa…

  • Rice from the Region of Valencia.

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    …(Valencia) www.arrozdevalencia.org. Rice from Valencia is very famous and traditional in our country. It is undoubtedly the most highly valued by consumers and it is also an ingredient in a long list of typical Mediterra…

  • Rice from Calasparra. Calasparra.

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    …Calasparra. Murcia. Rice cultivation in Calasparra is very old; documents from the 14th century offer testimony of the importance of the rice crops in La Vega del Segura. Despite its scant production, the cultivation are…

  • Aubergine from Almagro.

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    …(Castile-La Mancha) The delicious dressed Aubergine from Almagro, of the Solarum melongena variety, was originally part of the Arabic cuisine, which introduced this creation practice to the Campo de Calatrava area, where…

  • Rice from the Ebro Delta.

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    …(Catalonia) The earliest data on rice cultivation in the Ebro Delta are from 1697, date on which there are records of a small plantation in Carrova. This was the base for spreading its cultivation throughout the entire a…

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