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  • Supplier Spotlight - Herpac

    Barbate has had, it’s fair to say, a bit of a bad rep. This small harbour town on the windswept coast of Cádiz province was notorious a few years back as a hotbed of drug-running and illegal immigration. Thankfully however it’s the good things about Barbate that now bring most people here - namel... View Post
  • Turkey Alternatives for Christmas Day

    For a different spin on the traditional, Monika presents four delicious Christmas recipes - without the usual turkey. View Post
  • Brindisa and Tamdhu Whisky Tasting Event

    This December, Brindisa will be collaborating with Tamdhu whisky for a fantastic event at the Brindisa deli in the famous Borough Market in London. A wonderful event for jamon and whisky lovers! View Post
  • In the press: Brindisa Christmas Hampers 2021

    The Brindisa Christmas Hamper collection has had a lot of attention in the national press this November. They have been included in all of the major hamper guides showcasing the very best for Christmas 2021. View Post
  • Supplier Spotlight | Payoyo Cheese

    This month our man on the ground in Spain, Paul Richardson, visits one of our treasured artisan cheese producers, Payoyo. Here is his story when he went to see them a few weeks ago! View Post
  • The Insider's Guide to Ibérico Ham

    King of ham, Brindisa's own James Robinson shares why Ibérico is the most highly prized air-dried ham and what you need to know when shopping and eating this delicious Spanish ham! View Post
  • A very Spanish Halloween

    ALL TREAT, NO TRICK  Halloween is just around the corner and Brindisa is only bring treats this year. From Monika's delicious pumpkin recipes, a few very tasty offers and a couple of suggestions for embracing the longer evenings.  Halloween isn't just about sweet treats and fancy dress and as the... View Post
  • Cheese Spotlight: Mahon

    Learn all about the Mahon from Menorca. Mahon, or Mao, to give it it's local name, is a square cheese with rounded edges and corners. It has a tangy, sharp flavour and characteristic saltiness that reflects the rich maritime terroir on which the dairy cattle thrive. View Post
  • Cheese Spotlight: Blue Cheese

    Spanish Blue Cheese The cheese of Northern Spain Spain's traditional blue cheese all come from the north, as do some buttery, soft cheeses. The green valleys and humid meadows that stretch around the coastal regions, and Galicia, Asturias, Leon and Cantabria in the north-west, all benefit from a... View Post
  • The Spanish Cheese Revolution

    Paul Richardson tells us the story of the Spanish cheese revolution and how Britain began to accept and love the diversity and flavour of Spanish cheese. View Post
  • Cheese Spotlight: Manchego

    The most famous of Spanish Cheese There are so many Manchego's – or cheeses calling themselves Manchego – that it is quite easy to be overwhelmed. At Brindisa, it is often called the ‘gateway to Spanish cheese’ as it is by far the most popular and well-known Spanish cheese. HOW TO SPOT A GOOD MA... View Post
  • The Great Taste Awards 2021 | Results

    This years Great Taste award winners for 2021 were announced last week and we were thrilled to see so many Brindisa products receiving 1 to 2 stars! View Post