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Sierra Morena Iberian ham Cebo

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Ham Sierra Morena. Chosen pieces one by one to ensure quality. Sierra Morena, Cordoba 7.2 Kg. Approx. PVP: 21.75 ó kg. Approx. piece: 156.00 100% Money Back Guarantee
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  • Reference code: 5006
  • More in Iberian Ham
  • Brand: El Paladar
  • Peso: 8Kg. aprox.
  • Precio/kg: 27,24€ kg.
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Sierra Morena Iberian ham Cebo

Ham Sierra Morena

Tradition and science of generations that, knowing the secrets kept in saladores and warehouses where our best pieces age with time and without haste, they know that the best ham is born of a rigorous selection and adequate aging, that give him the greasiness and fragrance worthy of the Palate more demanding.

The gentle landscape of the region of Los Pedroches and the climate of the mountains, together with the tradition of well-done, make the natural breeding of the Iberian pig is the essence of our land. Life in freedom, a natural and varied food, culminated with the rich acorn, merge into a genuine product of unparalleled aroma and flavor.

Sierra Morena Hams
Sierra Morena, Córdoba 7.2 Kg approx.
PVP: € 21.75 kg.
Price approx. Piece: 156.00

100% GUARANTEE OF RETURN

 Every year, we travel to select and mark the best pieces with our guarantee seal. This year have been more than 14,000 between hams and pallets, which will come directly to our customers. They are pieces that will have had a cure between 24 and 36 months in the case of ham and 18 to 30 months the Iberico Shoulder.

 

Peso8Kg. aprox.
Precio/kg27,24€ kg.

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Un producto de calidad con buen precio.

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Ham Sierra Morena. Chosen pieces one by one to ensure quality. Sierra Morena, Cordoba 7.2 Kg. Approx. PVP: 21.75 ó kg. Approx. piece: 156.00 100% Money Back Guarantee

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Peso8Kg. aprox.

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