The Calabrian Soppressata PDO is a salami typical from Calabria, in the South of Italy. The distinctive characteristic of this product is its ingredients: pork meat, medium grinding, seasoned with chilli pepper from Calabria and bagged in natural casings. The Calabrian Soppressata has the PDO certification (Protected Designation of Origin).
Chorizo is a salami made from pork meat, typical of Spain. The main feature of this product is its processing: a paste of grossly minced pork meat mixed with paprika and then left to dry in the open for 2 months.
The Ibérico loin is a piece of meat typical from Spain. The main feature of this product is its processing: a paste of pork meat mixed with paprika, garlic and spices and then left to dry in the open for 3 months.
The Salami Finocchiona is a fennel-seasoned salami typical of Tuscany. The particularity of this product is its processing: minced pork meat, flavoured with fennel seeds and bathed in red wine. We recommend you taste it sliced on its own or together with cheese and wine.
The Salami Cinta Senese is produced in the province of Siena, Tuscany. The Cinta Senese pigs are bred free-range specifically in the Siena province; their meat is tasty and have a small amount of fat compared to most Italian breeds.
The salami from Felino PGI is made from lean pork meat, produced in the city of Felino, in Emilia Romagna. This salami is made from 70% lean pork meat, with a medium grinding and bagged into soft casings and then cured for at least 60 days. The salami from Felino has the PGI certification (Protected Geographical Indication).
This wild boar salami is a typical product from Tuscany. Its main feature is in its ingredients: wild boar’s meat seasoned with garlic, pepper and spices. It is perfect to have on its own, as an aperitif or as an appetiser, combined with other typical products such as cheese and wine.