The natural culinary byproduct of Spanish society's tendency to eat dinner REALLY late—tapas are all about snacking and chatting. With a bite of this and a smear of that, there's plenty of time to enjoy your friends and loved ones, even if all you're talking about is how great the food is!
- Mahon Reserva — Earthy and familiar with a nutty finish; Dense, cheddary, uncomplicated; Chewy and dry, the beef jerky of Spanish cheese. Known as the cheddar of Spain, Mahon will enchant your palate like a seductive flamenco dancer.
- Murcia al Vino — Fruity, friendly, and just a little bit tipsy, this cheese is bathed in red wine to create a bright, citrusy with a slight tang. Disclaimer: no goats were drunk in the making of this cheese.
- Fermin Iberico Chorizo — An Italian classic, gone Spanish! The famous Iberico pigs have done it again. Fermin’s Chorizo is marinated in olive oil, garlic sea salt, and mild pimento, then hung to dry in the crisp air of the mountain village La Alberca.
- Manchego — Spain's most popular cheese, with good reason. Smooth and meltable, Manchego combines the taste of tradition with comfort and pure, simple bliss. Buttery and springy, tinged with fresh Spanish grasses.
- Fermin Iberico Jamon — Iberico Jamon is called the "kobe" of pork for a reason. Ham from Iberico pigs native to Spain is aged for 36 months to ensure maximum flavor. The result is lightly salty, with an almost velvety texture and otherworldly profile
- Marcona Almonds — No, these aren’t the Queen of Spain but they are the Queen of Almonds. Marcona Almonds are roasted in olive oil and then sprinkled with sea salt, creating a softer, sweeter variety of nut.
- Fermin Iberico Chorizo — Made from native Iberico pigs, Fermin's Chorizo is marinated in olive oil, garlic, sea salt, and mild pimenton, then hung to dry in the crisp air of the mountain village La Alberca. This Iberico Dry-Cured Chorizo is sliced up salami style, for wide, thin slices you’ll pop like candy. Rich in both color and flavor, with delicate, delectable Iberico fat throughout each slice.
- Mitica Membrillo — This deliciously tart-yet-sweet paste is produced using quinces and is traditional in both Portuguese and Spanish cuisines. An ideal topping to toasted breads and sandwiches, Membrillo is also a perfect partner for the smooth flavors of almonds and olives you can taste in Manchego, the Spanish sheep’s milk cheese.
- Cornicabra Olives — A delicious olive right from Spain! These gems are halfway through the maturation process, with colors ranging from pale pink to a rich purple. With a balanced saltiness and an almost wine-like finish, enjoy them on their own or in pairings.
- Olive Oil Crostini — The perfect vessel for countless cheeses. With a heavenly crunch, this handcrafted, artisanal crostini brings the Mediterranean straight to your cheese board.
- Ortiz Bonito del Norte — Elegant, noble, and cherished amongst all cans. These Albacore are line-caught from the Cantabrian Sea off the north coast of Spain. Delicate silky chunks of loin flakes, packed in buttery butter. This is not the tuna in aisle 9!
Food Adventure Bundles by Di Bruno Bros. are hand-crafted to showcase a cheese, a meat, a recipe or anything else that tastes good! Grab a bundle and you'll receive a fun and handy bundle bag to wear around town or use at your local grocer (or Di Bruno location). You'll also receive an informative insert to reference as you devour the bundle's contents. Discover a world of culinary delights or set your sights on a lifelong favorite. Find the bundle of your dreams and prepare for your next flavor adventure!