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Bone-In Ibérico Ham by Fermín - FREE HOLDER + FREE SHIPPING!

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Bone-In Ibérico Ham by Fermín - FREE HOLDER + FREE SHIPPING!

2011 SOFI Silver Award - 14-16 Pounds | JM-11A

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  • FREE ham holder
  • Bone-in, cured for over 2 years
  • Pasture-raised and mountain aged
  • By Fermín, a family curing house
  • See Video tab for slicing instructions

NOTE: For a limited time, includes a FREE Fermín ham holder!

Jamón Ibérico is one of Spain's culinary treasures. The thin slices of ham have a deep, complex flavor, beautiful marbling and a surprisingly mild salt level. Carving from a bone-in ham is the best way to enjoy Ibérico ham at its finest, and a whole ham is an impressive centerpiece for your next celebration.

Each ham is aged in cool mountain air for over two years in the beautiful village of La Alberca. Under the watchful eye of the ham masters at Jamones Fermín, the hams age in special curing rooms, and eventually lose over 40% of their weight as much of the fat melts away.

This Jamón Ibérico is made from the pasture-raised cerdo ibérico black pigs that are fed a diet of grasses and high-quality grain (as opposed to acorns, or ‘bellota’). Cured for more than two years by the masters at Embutidos y Jamones Fermín, the resulting jamón is dark ruby red, with streaks of white fat adding flavor and texture to the slices.

Serve very thin slices on a warm plate to bring out the ham's complex flavor, along with some good bread and a glass of fine red wine or a cool glass of dry sherry.

Fermín was the first Ibérico ham to earn entry into the U.S. Situated in the picturesque mountain village of La Alberca in the province of Salamanca, the curing rooms enjoy the ideal climate for curing exquisite hams.

2011 SOFI Silver Award Finalist at the Fancy Food Show in New York.

Black hoof has been clipped to conform to USDA standards

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