A magnificent and economical pack of Asturias products including Vidiago cheese, spider crab pâté and cider chorizo sausages. These products are accompanied by two cider drinks and an artisan-crafted dark chocolate to complete the pack.
When you give Asturias cheeses you are giving a gift of quality, tradition, craftsmanship and economic sustainability... but above all, you're giving away the care and dedication that artisan cheesemakers put into making each product.
This Christmas basket presented in a wooden box includes a careful selection of Asturias cheeses.
Asturias cheese gift pack presented in an elegant wooden chest. The renowned quality of Asturias cheeses together with careful presentation and thought to surprise your professional acquaintances and friends.
An assortment of Asturias gourmet quality products combined in a gift basket with predominantly sweet flavours. Ideal as a surprise gift for your sweet-tooth professional acquaintances. This Christmas gift includes iconic products as Cabrales cheese, Asturias Faba PGI beans, PDO Cangas Wine and Asturias charcuterie cuts.
Pack of artisan products of exceptional quality, all of them from the renowned brand 'Alimentos del Paraíso Natural', a quality seal with certification of production in the principality with raw materials from the region.
This pack is presented in an original wooden box with latticed sides that can later be used for storage purposes at home or at work.
Pack of three Asturias craft beers made by the "Asturias Brewing Company," a small Asturias brewery located in the municipality of Langreo.
This pack, perfect for discovering the products of this Asturias craft beer maker, includes:
A 33 cl bottle of Cerveza de Salas (blonde ale)A 33 cl bottle of Hop Gangster (American pale ale)A 33 cl bottle Raposa Beer...
An attractive gift pack, ideal for lovers of Asturias craft beers, made up of a pack of three. Two of these bottles belong to varieties made by Asgaya, an Asturias ecological beer project originating in the municipality of Grado. The third is from La Xana, the first Asturias beer factory that began production from Noreña in the early 2000s.