Ham is one of the most typical and well-known products of Spanish gastronomy, as well as one of the most appreciated. However, would you know which one has more quality?

At Spaniard we want you to broaden your knowledge of Spanish gastronomy, so that you can appreciate the differences and variety of flavours offered by ham. With this small guide we put at your disposal a tool that will allow you to choose better and define your taste within the variety of types of Iberian Hams that exist.

jamon iberico de bellota

BELLOTA

Pigs raised in the wild and fed exclusively on acorns and herbs

jamon iberico Cebo de Campo

CEBO DE CAMPO

Pigs raised in the wild and fed mainly on pasture and natural feed.

jamon iberico

CEBO

Pigs raised on farms fed with commercial cereals and feed.

black

Products coming from 100% Iberian breed pigs, raised in the wild and fed mainly on acorns and other grasses.

Red

Products from pigs between 75% – 50% Iberian breed, raised in the wild and fed mainly on acorns and other grasses.

Green

Products from pigs between 75% – 50% Iberian breed, raised in the wild and fed on pasture and natural feed.