Gran Reserva Ham - Selection
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We call white pork to any pig which does not come from the Iberian breed, so we can find this type of pigs anywhere on the planet. The pigs, usually Duroc breed, which are engaged in the production of Jamón are subjected to a controlled feeding so that the final result is as delicious as possible. If the raw material is of quality, from 18 months of dry-curing we can obtain a Jamón that gives pleasure to eat it.
Since the white pork does not meet the particular characteristics of the Iberian pig, the final result we will obtain will not be so good, so delicate, so tasty. For this reason, the basic diet of a white pig is fodder, a balanced feed to strengthen bone and muscle structure.
The Jamón Gran Reserva de Enrique Tomás comes from Segovia.
Net weight: 7 Kg. approx
Curing time: 18 months
Origin of the selection: Segovia
Storage: keep in a dry place, at a constant temperature. Ideally store between 12 and 14 °C.
Formats: whole piece, machine cut or knife cut
Ideal for: daily use, tapas, sandwiches, for eating alone, cooking and whatever is convenient.
Free of gluten or lactose
Always to be recognized by the green label and the letter R of Gran Reserva
The whole piece is recommended to be kept in a dry and cool place and preferably hung or in a ham box.
Once the Jamón has been started, it is recommended to eat it in less than 21 days so that it retains all its flavour, quality and properties. In summer it should be consumed in less than 16 days. Cut each time only the ham to be consumed at that moment and apply a lint-free cloth to keep it away from sunlight and least exposed to the air until the next time it is to be sliced again.
Enjoy it comfortably while making the most of the piece. The machine cutting process is done manually by our experts in ham carving to get the best use of the piece and the best results. If you prefer knife cutting, our specialists will slice the whole piece with a knife and no slicer.
When our team is in charge of cutting the pieces, taking into account all the part of the crust and the external fat that is discarded, it is taken out its maximum yield, obtaining on average a minimum of 2.6 kilos of meat, presented in:
28 vacuum-packed bags of sliced Jamón of 80 gr.
2 bags of 100 g diced Jamón
2 sachets of 100 g of Jamón shavings
1 tray with Jamón bones
Nutritional information (per 100 g)
Jamón Gran Reserva Serrano with more than 15 months dry-curing time
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