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"Me gustaría ser todo de vino y beberme yo mismo."

- Federico García Lorca

Spanish poet, playwright, and theatre director

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SOURCED EXCLUSIVELY FROM THE MOUNTAINS OF GRANADA

 
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Granada’s Alhambra is an enduring symbol of seven centuries of Arab rule in Spain. The towers of the Moorish palace stand out against the distant backdrop of the snow-capped Sierra Nevada, a contrast that echoes the complexity of Granada’s cuisine. The city sits at a culinary crossroads, looking south to North Africa for sweet flavors and spices, north to the mountains for hearty fare, and west to the Atlantic and east to the Mediterranean for the bounty of the sea.

 

"The flavors of Granada captured our hearts"

- Jesse Haro Jr.

Co-founder of Carmen SanMiguel Imports

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