Añojo Culón (large rump mature) refers to a type of beef from Asturias , Spain, from animals aging between 12 and 18 months with very good muscular conformation. Añojo Culón is tasty, with intense flavor. The Beef from Asturias is a product of Spain which is available in most speciality shops, supermarkets and butcher's shops in the Principality of Asturias and also available in larger stores throughout Spain. The beef from Asturias comes from cattle born, raised, fattened and butchered in the Principality of Asturias. The calves must be no more than 18 months old and suckled for at least 5 months. The meat is tender and flavorful due to the special musculature of the cattle. It has a tasty flavor and low fat content that makes it an especially light meat.

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