- Long aftertaste
- Perfect for BBQ and grilling
- Made in the US with Spanish paprika and by Spaniards
- A soft touch of spiciness.
The recipe for chistorra comes from Navarra, Northern Spain. This type of fresh chorizo is very thin and a bit harder in texture. It is very flavorful. Warm it up or grill it in the BBQ. It is a bit drier in texture because of the thinness of the link. The flavor of hot Pimenton de la Vera, the world-famous Spanish paprika, is not overwhelmingly hot. If you have ever been to San Fermin, chistorra is going to bring you such good memories.