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Marcona Almonds with Orange and Ginger

Known as the “Queen of Almonds,” Spanish Marconas are plump and flavorful. The addition of orange and ginger adds an unexpected, fresh twist to these lightly sweetened and crunchy almonds.

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Marcona Almonds with Lemon and Pepper

Known as the “Queen of Almonds,” the Marcona is the most precious in Spain and is indigenous to the country. It is sweet and softer than most almonds. These almonds are peeled, fried in sunflower oil, salted, and tossed with black pepper and lemon to highlight the almond’s flavor, not overpower it. A zesty, perfectly seasoned snack that is ideal for entertaining.

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Largueta Almonds with Honey and Cinnamon

A new sweet twist on supremely crunchy Largueta almonds. They are lightly coated with sugar, honey, and a dusting of cinnamon.

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MITICA SPANISH COCKTAIL MIX – MINI TUBS

This unexpected mix of nuts, beans, and corn is supremely crunchy and satisfying. It is popular throughout Spain, where big bags of it are sold at outdoor kiosks and bars serve it alongside cold beer. No wonder it’s the ultimate party mix!

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mitica marcona almonds – mini tubs

Known as the “Queen of Almonds,” Spanish Marconas are sweet, plump, and flavorful with no bitterness. They are prepared in the classic Spanish way: peeled, fried in small batches, and salted. The perfect snack!

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mitica carmelized walnuts – mini tubs

These walnuts are fresh, not too sweet, and have an incredibly tempting crunch. They are slowly caramelized using the finest ingredients, resulting in a toasted caramel flavor and a texture that almost melts in your mouth. Downright divine.

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Chorizo de Bellota Iberico, Pre-Slice

This dry cured sausage has been flavored with paprika to give it a bit of a kick. Coarsely chopped Ibérico pork meat is mixed with pork fat to create a sausage superb for tapas. Bellota (acorn) means the pigs have been on the plains eating acorns for the last 3 or 4 months of their lives and when they reach the desired weight for slaughter have not eaten any other grains.

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Salchichon de Bellota Iberico, Pre-Sliced

Salchichón is similar to Chorizo, but has a milder flavor, since no paprika has been added. The flavor of the Ibérico pork shines through for a real treat. Bellota (acorn) means the pigs have been on the plains eating acorns for the last 3 or 4 months of their lives and when they reach the desired weight for slaughter have not eaten any other grains.

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***NO LONGER AVAILABLE***Rosemary Valencia Almonds Mitica

Valencia almonds are a bit larger than Marconas with a firmer texture. These sweet almonds are flavored with Rosemary.

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Gran Capitan Curado

Love Manchego but want to try something different? Gran Capitan Curado may be your answer. Made with 50% cow’s milk and 50% sheep’s milk, this cheese has notes of olive oil, hay, and a pleasant lemony tang. The addition of cow’s milk balances out the funky barnyard flavors of sheep’s milk, while creating a creamier texture than your typical Manchego. It’s made in...

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