Pork, salt, cane sugar, paprika, spices, garlic, natural flavorings, lactic acid starter culture. Stuffed in collagen casing to be removed prior to eating.
Jeanne ClarkReview Date:
5/15/2013 9:20 amRating:
I bought this chorizo for my brother who spent time in Argentia and he loved it. He said he had not had chorizo like that except in Argentia.
Ben MartinezReview Date:
2/19/2012 5:53 pmRating:
I was born in Spain. I know good chorizo for sure. This is not bad.
2/16/2011 1:52 pmRating:
I absolutely love Paella and this American version of the Spanish Chorizo is very good. The flavors of the spanish paprika come out.. I'ts like I am sitting in Barcelona.
Jeffrey OlsonReview Date:
1/1/2011 4:15 pmRating:
4Soft & Spicy
Deep red with paprika and flavorful specs of oregano. The meat is soft and chewy with flecks of fat. It has a wonderful aged taste without being hard like some salamis. It was a robust addition to our lunch of marcona almond, manchengo cheese, crusty bread and spanish wine.
Brian LockhartReview Date:
4/7/2010 1:42 amRating:
I used to bring back Spanish chorizo into the US years ago before it became available here. I lived there 4 years and loved all their styles of cured meat. Now Volpi makes an amazing 'homegrown' chorizo that rivals the best in Spain. You won't be disappointed!
1/2/2010 12:09 amRating:
To get a better chorizo you would have to travel to northern Spain......Excelente
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