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Artisan quality La Chinata (Denomination of Origin "Pimentón de la Vera") is generally accepted as the best. It is grown, smoked, and milled in the micro-climate of La Vera, Spain not far from where Columbus presented the first plants to Ferdinand and Isabela.
You will find this pimentón wood smoked paprika is a unique and versatile seasoning. If there is one spice that captures the essential flavor of Spain, it is this one. This is not the bland paprika you get at the local supermarket. Three different varieties of pimiento are slowly smoked over a low flame to produce a superb, intense flavor.
You will discover that our La Chinata Smoked Paprika is an excellent addition to some of your favorite recipes.
70 gram (2.47 ounce) metal tin
750 gram (26 ounce) metal tin
Authentic P.G.I. Navarra white asparagus spears
The Protected Geographical Indication (P.G.I.) certification is for agricultural and food products whose quality, reputation, or other characteristic is directly linked to the geographical area and where at least one of the stages of production, processing, or preparation takes place in the area. It is one way for us to guarantee not only origin, but quality.
6-9 asparagus per jar, each about 6.5 inches tall
Ingredients: P.G.I. Navarra Asparagus, water, salt, citric acid
11.5 ounce (330 gram) jar
FINALLY the Espinaler Piquillo Peppers are available in the USA!!
And it comes in a BIGGER 8 ounce jar than the previous brand's 7.6 ounce, for the same price!
Unlike any other red pepper you have ever tasted, guaranteed! Authentic Denomination of Origin (D.O.) Piquillo Peppers originate from the Ribera del Ebro region of Northern Spain. Piquillo Peppers, meaning "little beak" for their distinctive pointed shape, are picked and produced almost entirely by hand. Slow roasting over open wood fires gives these unique peppers a complex, rich, and teasingly spicy-sweet flavor.
Piquillo Peppers are very versatile and can be used in many applications. Try cooking, roasting, or sautéing with them. Put them in salads, or stuff them with tuna or other favorite foods.
Ingredients: Denomination of Origin Lososa Piquillo peppers, salt, citric acid.
8 oz glass jar
José Páez Lobato is a family enterprise that specializes in the making of fine sherry vinegar. The Bodega, or cellar, was founded in 1933 by Francisco Paez Sanchez, and is now managed by his sons.
This 50 year old sherry vinegar is characterized by its amber color, delicate smell, and unique taste... all of which are due to a careful and prolonged aging process. Gran Capirete is aged in American Oak barrels, and the solera that gave birth to it was established in 1946 (so it is actually 75 years old!). It has an unforgettable flavor, with a hint of nuttiness. This vinegar is drier than balsamic vinegar and has an acidity of 8º.
The production and quality of sherry vinegar is monitored and controlled by the Consejo Regulador, and sherry vinegar has its own Denominacion de Origen (D.O.) which is protected by Spanish and EU law. This vinegar carries the D.O. Vinagre de Jerez stamp of approval.
Its complexity and depth of flavor greatly enhances soups, stews, sauces, casseroles, marinades, and dressings.
250 milliliter (8.45 fluid ounce) bottle
This Moscatel Vinegar is made exclusively from Moscatel (Muscat) grapes. This vinegar, made in Catalonia, Spain, is characterized by a gentle, fragrant aroma and flavor. It is especially recommended for fish, seafood dishes, and desserts. We also think its sweet tones are ideal in many marinades, and of course it makes an exciting salad dressing when combined with your favorite extra virgin olive oil.
Ingredients: Moscatel wine vinegar (80%), concentrated grape juice of Moscatel grapes (20%).
500 milliliter (16.8 fluid ounce) glass bottle
Olivar de la Luna Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil is made from 100% Nevadillo Blanco olives that are indigenous to Sierra de Cordoba in the northern regions of Andalucia, Spain. Through the production of this high quality organic extra virgin olive oil, Olivar de la Luna is able to protect their local environment and agricultural traditions.
Olivar de la Luna is a very fruity extra virgin olive oil with a luxurious mouthfeel. It has an abundance of healthy polyphenols, anti-oxidants, and Vitamin E.
This product contains no soy, gluten, nuts, dairy, or genetically engineered ingredients.
Meet the producer.
A Rooted Foods Product.
Produced and bottled by Olivar de la Luna with olives grown, harvested, and pressed at the Olivar de la Luna Estate in Spain.
1 liter (34 fluid ounce) metal tin
The Castillo de Canena Estate has produced exceptional extra virgin olive oils in the Guadalquivir Valley of Andalusia in the south of Spain since 1780. This exceptional smoked oil is artisanally crafted by slowly infusing their high quality, hand-harvested, Castillo Arbequina Extra Virgin Olive Oil with naturally produced smoke from a mix of organic oak, beech, and birch woods. When you open the bottle you will smell, and taste, exquisitely smoked Arbequina. This unique oil is divine on its own, or you can pair it with your favorite recipes to add a smoky component to your dressings, marinades, and final dishes.
In order to produce this wonderful, exquisite, cutting-edge cold smoked extra virgin olive oil, Castillo de Canena designed a unique process. Their burner allows the wood chips to slowly smolder. The smoke is then cooled, and passed through a water filter. They then slowly, over the course of 6 hours, release the cold smoke into the bottom of the tank which holds the Arbequina Extra Virgin Olive Oil. This artisanal process naturally imparts the smoky flavor and aroma into the oil.
Produced and bottled by Castillo de Canena with olives grown, harvested, and pressed at the Castillo de Canena Estate in Spain.
250 milliliter (8.4 fluid ounce)
Saveur Magazine said Bonito tuna is "one of the great gastronomic pleasures of every day life."
The belly or "Ventresca" of the Bonito del Norte Tuna is the softest and most delicate part of the fish. It presents a much lighter and sweeter palate than the rest of the flesh of the fish, and is considered an exquisite delicacy.
Bonito del Norte is found in the coastal waters of the Bay of Biscay in the Basque region of Spain during the summer season when they come north to dine on the Cantabrian Anchovy. The Bonito del Norte is the most valued member of the tuna family, highly appreciated for its white flesh, exquisite flavor, and delicate texture. This specialty is fished using artisanal fishing techniques with the philosophy that we must preserve our earth and its resources. Each tuna is individually line caught
and not netted. They are fully dolphin safe.
Within 24 hours of being caught,the best belly fillets are selected, cooked in seawater, and then hand-packed in olive oil to keep them moist and flavorful.
We use it for:
We know you'll agree, this is very special tuna indeed.
111 gram (4 ounce) metal tin in a cardboard box
The Bonito del Norte is the most valued member of the tuna family - highly appreciated for its white flesh, exquisite flavor, and delicate texture.
It is fished using traditional hook and line methods, thus preserving the wonderful texture and flavor which is often lost when fishing with nets. Only the best of the catch is selected to ensure exceptional taste, freshness, and quality. This dolphin-free tuna from the Basque region of Spain is then gently cleaned by hand.
This exceptional white meat tuna has the solid texture, and hearty flavor, of Bonito tuna which is very different from albacore. It is packed in high-quality Spanish olive oil for extra flavor, and is all natural, with no additives or preservatives.
These large loin pieces are ideal for:
Ingredients: Bonito del Norte white meat tuna, olive oil, salt.
220 gram (7.78 ounce) net weight glass jar
We use it for tuna sandwiches, stuffing piquillo peppers, on salads, paired with grilled fennel, and on crackers for appetizers.
112 gram (3.95 ounce) oval tin
These exquisite anchovies, packed in the finest Spanish olive oil, are hand-packed according to traditional methods using carefully selected fresh fish harvested off the Cantabrian Coast in northern Spain.
The anchovy, a traditional food of the Basque Country, is a mainstay of this region's fishing economy. The Spanish name "boqueron" comes from the size of the anchovy's mouth or boca, which is large in proportion to the rest of the body. Anchovies are typically harvested in the spring when they accumulate the most fat and flavor. Small nets are used to protect the quality of the fish and reduce by-catch. Once caught they are gutted, placed in barrels with salt-layer separations, and weighted. Once the fish have matured, a minimum of 6 months, they are washed to remove the bones and skin, and then canned in high quality olive oil.
Anchovies are high in Omega-3 fatty acids which reduce cholesterol and help in the prevention of cardio-vascular disease. They are also rich in iodine, calcium, Vitamins A, D, B12, B6, B2, and unsaturated fatty acids such as linoleic acid.
Ingredients: Anchovies, olive oil, salt.
1.67 ounce tin (47.5 grams) in a cardboard box
Manzanilla Fina Olives are depitted and stuffed with Cantabrian anchovy paste. They are packed in a light brine.
We love them as an easy snack "tapas style", as a garnish for Bloody Mary's or Gin & Tonics, and of course creating a unique Dirty Martini.
12 ounce (350 gram) metal tin
This is a creamy pate, perfect for spreading on crackers or a crusty baguette.
Ready to eat
Ingredients: octopus, sunflower oil, garlic, and salt
A 3 ounce (85 gram) metal tin in a decorative cardboard box.
This is a creamy pate, perfect for spreading on crackers or a crusty baguette. The flavor falls somewhere between red snapper and monkfish.
Scorpion fish live in the reefs, they eat a lot of shrimp and lobsters, so some people say they actually taste sweet like a lobster.
Everybody's amazed how delicious and sweet this fish actually is.
It's perfectly safe to eat and it's delicious.
Ingredients: Red Scorpion Fish (40%), hake, butter, tomato, milk protein, egg powder, wine, salt, spices
Contains crustaceans, fish, milk, and egg.
A 3.5 ounce (100 gram) metal tin in a decorative cardboard box.
White clams are fished in Galician estuaries during October, November, and December. It´s called “The Queen” because of its texture and flavor.
This is Espinaler's "Premium Line" and these fantastic clams are mind blowing good!
Each family lays claim to a 100 square foot section of sand and seeds the area with baby clams. These nurseries, known as "bateas", are very valuable and respected.
Ingredients: Clams from Galicia, water and salt
4.2 ounces (120 grams) in a metal tin. 6-8 per tin.
Baby Eels (Angulas) are one of the greatest Spanish seafood tapas. Net-caught and then carefully cooked in olive oil with a touch of cayenne, these mild, tender baby eels are a very special treat. They are traditionally served hot in a cazuela. Try them for yourself to taste one of the most distinctive, delicious Spanish delicacies.
To prepare gently heat the unopened can in a warm water bath, then open the tin and serve with a crisp white wine and crusty baguette.
Conservas de Cambados is based in Galicia in Northeast Spain. This is the region of the Arousa Ría, which is well-known not just for its size, but also for the richness of its marine life. This area is particularly suitable for harvesting clams, cockles, mussels, and other bi-valves.
The Spanish believe canned seafood is a delicacy to be shared and enjoyed! They take great pride, and great care, to harvest the best seafood and package it with the utmost care. The result is the purest, most delicate, and exquisite tasting seafood on the planet! A true delicacy.
Ingredients: Baby eels, olive oil, salt and cayenne pepper.
4 ounce (111 gram) metal tin
Buy 3 or more, and get them for only $50 each!
Hand-harvested Goose Barnacles are one of the most amazing, and rarest, seafoods in Spain. Spaniards risk the crashing surf and dangerous rocks to harvest these precious, delicious, ocean treats.
We like them straight from the can, or if you want to serve them warm, simply submerge the tin in a bowl of very hot water for 10-15 minutes before opening. Serve with a crisp white wine and a crispy, fresh baguette.
Ingredients: Barnacles, water, salt
Buy 3 or more and get them for only $30 each!
Sea urchin is a gastronomic delicacy. Conservas de Cambados extracts, and cleans, the whole roe before gently placing it in the tin with its own pure sea water. It is often served plain so one can experience the delicate, natural, exquisite flavor and texture.
Since the waters are cool in Galicia these urchins grow slower, are smaller, and have a more concentrated flavor than the uni you are familiar with out of California. The flavor is more similar to Japan's Hokkaido region than California's Santa Barbara area.
Ingredients: Sea Urchin Roe, water and salt.
3 ounces (80 gram) metal tin (4 urchins worth of roe)
Razor clams (Navajas) are long, slender clams with a wonderfully rich flavor and firm texture. These perfectly cleaned clams are hand-harvested and then hand-packed in their own seawater. We eat them straight out of the can. You can also warm them in a skillet with garlic and extra virgin olive oil, or for some novelty we suggest you lightly grill them. You may also want to try adding a small squeeze of lemon, a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil, and some crusty bread.
Refined without sand
Ingredients: Razor clams, water, and salt
4 ounces (111 grams) in a metal tin. 4-6 clams per tin
Slim and succulent, with their silvery skin intact, these small sardines in olive oil are dependably delicious every time. We love these smaller 25-30 sardines, and for those new to sardines this is perfect for you as the bones are less obvious, almost unnoticeable.
We love them as a tapas, on cheese boards, and given their smaller size they are perfect on top of pasta or steamed rice.
The most wonderful small sardines in olive oil we have ever tasted come from the Estuaries of Galicia, Spain. This is a true Spanish food gem and we are very pleased to be able to offer it to you.
Rich in vitamins D and B12, they are also an excellent source of calcium and omega-3 fatty acids.
Ingredients: Small sardines, olive oil and salt.
4 ounce (115 gram) metal tin (Approximately 25-30 sardines per tin)
48 tins of these wonderful 25-30 sardines at 15% off the single tin pricing!
That's only $11 each!!
We're sorry but as this is already special pricing, additional coupons and discounts do not apply.
We do offer FREE shipping on this case to USA addresses including AP/AE and US Territories.
Please allow 2 weeks for delivery.
Ingredients: Small sardines, olive oil and salt
48 tins: 4 ounces (115 grams) each
Do NOT be fooled by other sardines. Conservas de Cambados makes a "Gourmet" line, which is their highest quality, and the ONLY ones we sell. "Gourmet" is clearly at the top of the front label as shown in the photo, the "Conservas de Cambados" logo is prominently displayed, and the tin is rectangular with rounded corners. Their other line "Bogar/Alamar" is made with imported seafood (not from Spain) or with lower quality seafood from outside of Galicia.
When in doubt verify the front label says "Gourmet" at the top, "Made in Spain by CONSERVAS DE CAMBADOS, S.A. FDA 15066" at the bottom, shows the "Conservas de Cambados" logo, and it is in a rectangular tin with rounded corners.
4 ounce (115 gram) metal tin (Approximately 16-22 sardines per tin)
48 tins of these wonderful sardines at 15% off the single tin pricing!
That's only $9.30 per tin!
In the Mediterranean, squid ink is used in many recipes: Paella, risotto, black rice, soup, pasta, and of course Chipirones en su Tinta (squid in its own ink). It is also regularly included in seafood stews. In Italian cooking, it is used to prepare spaghetti al nero di seppia.
Squid ink contains numerous amino acids and polysaccharides, so in addition to being delicious in recipes, it is also known to have many health benefits including treating depression.
Yes this squid ink is the same ink that they squirt at their attackers in order to escape.
Conservas de Cambados is based in Galicia in Northeast Spain. This is the region of the Arousa Ría, which is well-known not just for its size, but also for the richness of its marine life.
Ingredients: cuttlefish ink, water, and salt.
3.2 ounce (90 gram) glass jar.
Small, tender, delicious squid are served in a fantastic tomato, onion, wine, and squid ink sauce.
No preservatives or additives
Ingredients: Squid, sunflower oil, tomato, onion, wine, ink, salt, and spices.
4 ounces (111 grams) in a metal tin.
Wonderful, plump mussels, hand cleaned, and sauteed in olive oil. Selected according to size and hand-packed for your dining pleasure.
NOTE: when it says "Fried" we are NOT talking breaded/deep fat fried. Fried, in the Spanish tradition, means they are briefly sauteed in olive oil in a hot skillet.
Ingredients: Mussels, sunflower oil, vinegar, wine, salt, natural flavor, bay leaf.
4 ounces (111 grams) in a metal tin (8-12 mussels per tin)
These tiny Calico scallops, also known as Zamburinas, from the Galician estuary in northern Spain, are gently sauteed in a delicate tomato, onion, sunflower oil, salt, and special spice sauce. You can open the can and simply serve them cold, or warm them up gently..... add a squeeze of lemon, some fresh parsley, and serve with crusty bread. Yum!
Conservas de Cambados takes great pride in selecting only the best seafood. Each scallop is collected at its peak of flavor and is opened with a special vapor technique. The scallops are then carefully packed in their wonderful Galician Sauce. These scallops are amazing!
Ingredients: Small scallops, sunflower oil, onion, tomato, wine, spices, and salt.
4 ounces (111 grams) in a metal tin
This delicate, carefully selected octopus is uniformly portioned and traditionally prepared in a traditional Galician sauce of paprika, onion, oil, and salt.
Pulperias, restaurants that specialize in octopus, are in every Spanish village. Conservas Cambados has packaged the wonderful experience of the perfect octopus and smoky sauce so you can experience it in your own homes. Enjoy!
Ingredients: Octopus, sunflower oil, onion, paprika, and salt.
This delicate, carefully selected octopus is uniformly portioned and slow-cooked in a rich broth until tender. It is then packed by hand in high quality olive oil.
Pulperias, restaurants that specialize in octopus, are in every Spanish village. Conservas Cambados has packaged the wonderful experience of the perfect octopus so you can experience it in your own homes. Enjoy!
Ingredients: Octopus (Octopus vulgaris), olive oil, and salt.
These amazingly delicious little cockles are also called heart clams or Berberechos. They are hand-packed in brine and deliver a pure, beautiful taste of the sea. Open the can and enjoy!
Ingredients: Cockles, water, and salt.
30-40 per tin
Buy 2, or more, and get them for only $30 each!
My life just changed!!
Generally, I am a "Take them or leave them" person with regards to clams. If they are in a dish, I'll eat them, but I never add them to a dish, so I definitely would not seek them out.
These are incredible, life changing, clams. Are they a bit pricey? Yes so really just for a special occasion, but wow, it makes that occasion REALLY special!!
Conservas de Cambados takes great pride in selecting only the plumpest, tastiest clams. They hand harvest, then carefully cook, these clams in sea water. They are individually packed into the tin, and the tin is filled with fresh, pure, salt water. The end result is amazing.... the freshest clams you will ever have the pleasure of eating.
4 ounces (111 grams) in a metal tin. 10-14 per tin.
Scout’s Atlantic Lobster is a classic. Claw and knuckle meat preserved in a bright, lemon-infused, olive oil from Spain for a fresh and delicious eating experience.
The Lobster is MSC certified, wild caught, and harvested off the shores of Prince Edward Island, Canada.
Scout is a proud member of "1% for the Planet" whose mission is to "build, support, and activate an alliance of businesses financially committed to creating a healthy planet." Members contribute at least one percent of their annual sales to environmental causes. We are proud to support this company and this worthy cause.
Naturally gluten free.
No artificial colors or preservatives.
Scout uses a mixture of a broken claw, knuckle, and tail meat to focus on utilizing less than perfect pieces so nothing goes to waste. Each tin of lobster is unique as they are hand-packed in a small canning facility so the variety of pieces can change from tin to tin.
3.2 ounce (90 gram) metal tin
The production of Bomba rice is limited as it is very delicate and hard to grow. Its size is equivalent to that of short grain rice, sometimes even smaller, yet Bomba rice more than doubles its size when it is cooked. Its main characteristics are its great capacity to absorb flavors and aromas, and that when cooked it is always “al dente”, loose, and whole; it is never sticky, mushy, or fluffy.
It is the preferred rice for paellas!
Certified origin (Denominacion de Origen a.k.a. "D.O.") from the L’Albufera nature preserve in Valencia, Spain.
1.1 pound (500 gram; approximately 6.2 cups) bag