- What Iberian ham is and what makes it the one of a kind.
- Production areas.
- Identification of the different categories of Iberian ham.
- Parts of the ham and cutting techniques for each one.
- Tools to cut an Iberian ham properly.
Learning by cooking: “crostini” with ham, tomato, and olive oil.
Drinks: water, red wine, white wine, beer.
Lasting: 2 hours and a half.
Morning suggested timing: 11:00 – 13:30 (we can adapt to your program upon request if there´s availability).
Afternoon suggested timing: 17:30 – 20:00 (we can adapt to your program upon request if there´s availability).