How to buy products?

To buy products in our Club de Ibéricos, you only have to access our website and based on your own criteria or on the different articles and information we publish you can select the product that most closely matches your requirements.

Can you also buy sliced hams?

Any of our hams, both Iberian hams and Iberian shoulders can be ordered cut, either by hand or machine. On the other hand you can also go into the sliced section and buy loose packages.

Where do the products come from?

All the products offered in this club come from the Iberian Peninsula. Specifically from the South. We currently have products from three different denominations of origin: Valle de los Pedroches, Jabugo and Extremadura.

What if I have any questions or need a recommendation?

You can send us an email to info@Spaniard.club with your question and your phone number and we will contact you to help you in whatever is necessary.

Do I have to pay shipping costs?

Shipping costs depend on the weight of your order. You will be able to consult the conditions in the following Link:

For different countries, from a certain price of your order, shipping costs are free.

Does the price include VAT?

Yes, all prices include VAT.

What are the accepted payment methods at Spaniard Club?

In our online store you can pay by bank transfer, credit or debit card and PayPal.

When will I receive my order?

To safeguard the quality we offer in all our products, the best place you can find them is in the meadow. That is why all our orders go directly from there to your home. The delivery time ranges from 72 hours to 8 working days, depending on your location. You can always check the status of your order through your club member account.

What are the white dots on my ham?

These dots are tyrosine crystals that are formed during the maturation of the ham. Tyrosine is an amino acid very present in the proteins of pork. It is a symbol of maximum quality, as it is a sign of a long curing process.

Differences between Serrano Ham and Iberian Ham

These two foods, which have a similar name, have hardly any appearance.

When we talk about Serrano ham we are referring to a ham cured in a cold and dry mountain climate, but not to a quality or origin, since Serrano ham comes from a non-Iberian white pig.

On the other hand, by naming the Iberian ham, we are referring to a unique heritage of our country Spain.

For more information visit our article: Jamón Ibérico vs Jamón Serrano

If there are any questions that remain unanswered, do not hesitate to write to info@spaniard.club, we will contact you as soon as possible.

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