Update: We have expanded our great spanish chorizo product range!
Spanish chorizo with its rich smoky flavour and earthy red colour comes in all shapes and sizes and as many varieties as there are regions in Spain. Thinly sliced in tapas selections or used in cooking to infuse a stew with depth and flavour, Spanish chorizo is an essential ingredient in Spanish cuisine.
Known for its rich red colour, equally delicious eaten in slices as tapas or used in cooking. Smoky, earthy, sweet with a gentle tang, Spanish chorizo has been a staple of Spanish cuisine for centuries.
The history of Spanish chorizo is inextricable linked with that of pimentón, the smoked Spanish paprika that gives this delicious cured sausage its unique flavour. Read more about it and see how the production of Spanish chorizo has changed little from the original methods used in homes and by artisans to preserve meat for winter survival.
Choose from several types of Spanish chorizo and discover the part it can play in a healthy diet. Enjoy it as a quick snack or try out one of our recipes which showcase the delicious transformation chorizo effects on hearty stews and simple egg dishes.
From the famed sheep’s milk Manchego cheese of La Mancha, to the smooth rich cow’s milk Cantabria from the north of Spain, there are delicious Spanish cheeses for everyone's taste.
Spanish jamons contain less moisture than their European counterparts. Considered to be the finest in Andalucia, Spain. Still made in the traditional way, these hams are entirely cured by the warm summer winds and cool winter airs of the Sierra Nevada.
Forget your local supermarket olives - Spanish olives are firm, flavorful, cured and hand stuffed with herbs and garlic. Spain is the world’s leading producer of natural, healthy and extremely tasty olives.
Homer called it "liquid gold." The olive tree, symbol of abundance, glory and peace, gave its leafy branches to crown the victorious in friendly games and bloody war, and the oil of its fruit has anointed the noblest of heads throughout history.