What is iberico?


The term 'iberico' is frequently used by itself to refer to 'Jamon Ibérico'.

Jamon Ibérico directly translates to 'Iberian ham'.

'Iberian' refers to the Iberian Peninsula, which is the peninsula that Spain and Portugal are located on.

While the term is most frequently used to refer to this type of sausage, it can be used to refer to items that come from the Iberian Peninsula.

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