Speck Alto Adige

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$6.95 - $27.95
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Speck is a term that is used around Europe in reference to a pork product made from a boned ham that is moderately salted and seasoned, cold-smoked and then aged according to local practices and traditions.

Each region has its own typical production methods and we were very lucky when Speck dell'Alto Adige was allowed into the United States. Made in the region of Trentino-Alto Adige, in the more Germanic northern region of Alto Adige (as opposed to the more Italo-Venetian region of Trentino), this speck is leaner than prosciutto, has a lightly smoky aroma and a delicate meaty flavor that works perfectly as an antipasti. 

Cut Format
Sliced
Country of Manufacture
Italy
Country of Origin
Italy
Product Region
Trentino-Alto Adige

  • 5
    savory smoky perfection

    Posted by Dani Schulman on Jan 27th 2022

    rich and savory, herbaceous and smoky, this ham is delicious and pairs perfectly with aged, flaky Italian pecorinos.

  • 5
    Excellent

    Posted by Tiroler in Georgia on Nov 2nd 2021

    My husband has been longing for speck. Impossible to find near us. This beautiful speck is the real deal. Just over the border from Innsbruck, this Suedtirol speck is tasty, beautifully sliced and layed out so it's easy to plate up, and pairs well any artisan style bread. Mahlzeit!

Description

Speck is a term that is used around Europe in reference to a pork product made from a boned ham that is moderately salted and seasoned, cold-smoked and then aged according to local practices and traditions.

Each region has its own typical production methods and we were very lucky when Speck dell'Alto Adige was allowed into the United States. Made in the region of Trentino-Alto Adige, in the more Germanic northern region of Alto Adige (as opposed to the more Italo-Venetian region of Trentino), this speck is leaner than prosciutto, has a lightly smoky aroma and a delicate meaty flavor that works perfectly as an antipasti. 

More Information

Cut Format
Sliced
Country of Manufacture
Italy
Country of Origin
Italy
Product Region
Trentino-Alto Adige

  • 5
    savory smoky perfection

    Posted by Dani Schulman on Jan 27th 2022

    rich and savory, herbaceous and smoky, this ham is delicious and pairs perfectly with aged, flaky Italian pecorinos.

  • 5
    Excellent

    Posted by Tiroler in Georgia on Nov 2nd 2021

    My husband has been longing for speck. Impossible to find near us. This beautiful speck is the real deal. Just over the border from Innsbruck, this Suedtirol speck is tasty, beautifully sliced and layed out so it's easy to plate up, and pairs well any artisan style bread. Mahlzeit!