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Eating tapas has become one of the most typical Spanish customs all over the world. But, what is a tapa? A tapa is a small portion appetizer, which you can usually eat in one or two bites, that is normally served with a drink as a tasting and is eaten as an aperitif before lunch or dinner.Read Now
In Spain there are more than 260 varieties of oil. Of all of them, extra virgin oil is the most renowned for its high quality. Among the monovarietal, the three most common varieties that stand out are Arbequina, Hojiblanca, and Picual.Read Now
In Spain there are more than 100 varieties of cheeses made by artisans. Of these 100 varieties, 26 have Protected Designation of Origin (DOP) and 3 more have Protected Geographical Indications (IGP), being Manchego the most famous above all.Read Now
Ibérico ham, Serrano ham, pata negra ham, acorn-fed ham, cebo ham, bodega (cellar) ham, gran reserva ham, cebo de campo ham. All these terms are used to define the typology of the different qualities of ham available in Spain.Read Now