Peasant Carn i Xua
Trebalúger Carn i Xua is a piece of Menorca in its purest form, a very precious sausage and consumed by the inhabitants of Menorca that undoubtedly has its own identity.
Binigarba Peasant Carn i Xua is a piece of Menorca in its purest form, a very precious sausage and consumed by the inhabitants of Menorca that undoubtedly has its own identity.
The Carn i xua (meat and bacon in Spanish), is a sausage that is made from lean meat and seasoned pork bacon to which spices are added. When cut, you can see the contrasts between the reddish hues of the lean meat and the whitish color of the bacon.
Although it is true that the production of sausages as recognized as Sobrasada from Menorca dates back many centuries, some say that carn i xua is the sausage with the longest tradition on the island and that its origins lie in similar imported charcuterie products. by the Romans, who arrived on the island as early as 123 BC also establishing trade routes.
Binigarba, is a farm located west of the island of Menorca, specifically in Ciutadella. It is located in the center of an area of megalithic monuments near the urban area.
In 1967, the farm began to produce cheese for the industry, being pioneers in the production of curd on the island. Binigarba started with a herd of about twenty cows, today it is already exceeding one hundred and fifty specimens of the Friesian breed. Breed characterized by adaptability in the field and high quality milk production.
The farm also has a pig farm, which feed on the farm’s products, mainly whey and other supplements to balance their diet, such as feed and flour. The production of pork provides some butchers on the island, but it is also used for the production of typical artisanal sausages.
Binigarba Peasant Carn i Xua is definitely a raw sausage you should taste in Menorca.
Sa Sucreria makes its shipments through MRW to guarantee fast and safe delivery of orders at home. The maximum delivery time for your online purchase will be 2 business days from when the order leaves the door of our workshop, so you will receive your order within a period of between 24 and 72 business hours from the moment you make the order. pay.
Online orders placed on Friday, Saturday and Sunday are considered for delivery purposes as being made on Monday, as there is no delivery service on weekends.
Shipping costs are as follows:
• For purchases of less than €30 the shipping cost is €6.00.
• For purchases over €30 the cost of shipping is free.