Tuscan Prosciutto Crudo refers to one of the Italy's varieties of Prosciutto which is considered as a savory ham. The Tuscan version of Prosciutto tends to be quite salty and may have notes of strong flavors like pepper, garlic, rosemary and juniper. Tuscan Prosciutto Crudo is made exclusively with pigs born, bred, fattened and slaughtered in Tuscany and cured with sea salt, pepper and aromatic herbs. The ham’s flavor is said to be subtly enhanced by the unmistakable fragrances of Tuscany.

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