Pata Negra Paleta 100% Ibérico Vorderschinken 80g
14,90€
186,25€/kg
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Pata Negra Jamón 100% Ibérico Bellota 100g
24,90€
249,00€/kg
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Pata Negra Jamón 100% Ibérico Bellota aus Jabugo 80g
24,90€
311,25€/kg
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5 Jotas Pata Negra Schinken handgeschnitten 80g
29,90€
373,75€/kg
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-5% Paleta Pata Negra + Schinkenhalter + Messer
198,00€ 208,00€
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Infinity% Pata Negra Paleta 100% Ibérica Bellota (Vorderschinken) 4.5 kg
189,00€
37,80€/kg
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Infinity% Pata Negra Paleta 100% Ibérica Bellota (Vorderschinken) ohne Knochen 2,5kg
219,00€
87,60€/kg
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Infinity% Schinkenmesser NITRUM® Arcos
24,90€
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Infinity% Holzschinkenhalter mit Schinkenmesser
19,00€
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59,00€
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Infinity% Pata Negra Schinken 100% Ibérico Bellota
439,00€
62,71€/kg
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Infinity% Set Schinkenmeister Pata Negra Paleta Bellota aus Jabugo 4kg Juan Pedro Domecq
290,00€
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Infinity% Set Schinkenmeister Pata Negra Jamón Bellota aus Jabugo 6,5kg Juan Pedro Domecq
690,00€
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50,00€
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Pata Negra Ham

It comes from 100% Iberian breed pigs that are raised in freedom in the Spanish dehesas, feeding on what nature provides them with, especially acorns, which they eat for almost 4 months in the period known as montanera.

The 100% acorn-fed Iberian pata negra ham is produced and cured in a completely traditional way in natural drying sheds for a minimum of 36 months. It is almost unanimously the star product of Spanish gastronomy, being the highest quality ham and therefore the most expensive. It has a very aromatic, powerful umami flavour.

Learn more:

Some curiosities about Iberian Ham
Tapas Ideas with Pata Negra Ham
Which Jamón is the healthiest, best and most expensive?
What Jamón should you choose: "Pata Negra", Ibérico or Serrano?
The fat from the Pata Negra ham
The 'montanera': indispensable process for Iberian ham
Pairing of pata negra ham at Christmas time
How is pata negra ham made?
Feeding of Iberian pigs
Nutritional properties of pata negra ham
Differences between Pata Negra Ham and Paletilla
Pata Negra Ham and its Competitors
How to Preserve Pata Negra Ham?
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