- All natural, nitrate free - premium cuts of lean pork
- Seasoned with spicy smoked paprika
- Recommended by the New York Times
- Made from a centuries old Spanish recipe
- Produced by a Spanish company in the U.S.
- Size - 8 oz/226 gr
This hot chorizo by imperial has a smoky, garlicky flavor with a mild spiciness. Slice the artisan cured sausage thinly and serve with fresh bread and a glass of red wine.
Careful curing and excellent ingredients are the secret to great chorizo. Imperial chorizo is made using premium lean pork seasoned with spicy oak wood smoked Spanish paprika (pimentón de La Vera), sea salt and fresh garlic - and absolutely no preservatives, nitrates or nitrites. Each chorizo is slow cured until it is ready to be cut into delicious slices of pure authentic flavor.
Master chorizo-maker Alfonzo Blazquez has a mission to bring his celebrated chorizos to America. Every ingredient is carefully selected, and using a centuries old Spanish recipe honed in the countryside of Extremadura, the true chorizo of Spain is recreated here.
Slice this fully dry-cured chorizo thinly and serve with fresh bread and extra virgin olive oil.
Pork, sea salt, Spanish paprika (authentic pimentón from Spain), fresh garlic, sugar, spices and lactic acid.
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Customer ReviewsAverage rating from 7 reviews Write a review
"Am definitely buying more!"
Jennifer HENDERSON - FALLS CHURCH, VA - Apr 20, 2015
"Much better than the non-spicy version."
John Sherman - Olympia, WA - Apr 5, 2015
"Couldn't stop eating it. Great taste!"
NEWTON MATOS - Greensboro, NC - Dec 28, 2014
"The best chorizo I have ever buy outside of Spain Period. Hope it is always available"
Maria Paz Sanchez - Palm Harbor, FL - Dec 16, 2014
"not hot, but a nice bite to it; excellent taste; great with wine and cheese"
A Bieri - GAITHERSBURG, MD - Jul 28, 2014
"Outstanding chorizo. Very flavorful. "
Rosa Diaz - Dawsonville, Georgia - Jul 20, 2014
"Just delicious! Thinly sliced with Manchego cheese makes a wonderful appetizer."
Brainard Hines - Stuart, FL - Apr 6, 2014