Casaponsa Salami Tunnel with Cheese & Fine Herbs


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Pork. Salami Tunnel with Cheese & Fine Herbs is a type of salami that is made with pork and is finely ground. It is flavored with a variety of herbs, such as thyme, rosemary, and oregano, and is also coated with Parmesan cheese.
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It can be eaten on its own as a snack or appetizer, or it can be used in charcuterie boards, sandwiches, and salads.

Store in the refrigerator. Keep them in their original packaging or transfer them to an airtight container to prevent moisture loss.

About Casaponsa

Casaponsa specialises in charcuterie made from the finest ingredients, sourced from the highest quality butchers and abattoirs that treat and prepare the meat according to the time-honoured traditions of charcuterie. They only select the cuts of meat that meet their own rigorous quality, health and hygiene standards.

They produce their charcuterie meats, which include exclusive and patented recipes, at their own plant and the product is distributed through a sales network to importers, distributors and large retailers.

Casaponsa products can be found in a variety of locations including haute-cuisine restaurants, specialised stores, delicatessens, and in supermarkets and commercial chains.


Salami, a cherished cured meat with origins tracing back centuries, has captured the hearts and palates of food enthusiasts around the world. This flavorful and aromatic sausage is crafted through a careful curing and aging process, resulting in a rich and savory taste that can vary depending on the type and region of production.

From spicy pepperoni to the classic Italian Genoa salami, the diverse range of salami varieties offers an array of flavors and textures. Whether sliced onto pizzas, incorporated into sandwiches, or enjoyed on charcuterie boards, salami adds depth and complexity to a multitude of dishes.

When it comes to wine pairing, the bold and hearty flavors of salami call for wines that can complement its robustness. For traditional Italian salami like Genoa or Soppressata, opt for a medium-bodied red wine like Chianti or Sangiovese. These wines can harmonize with the salami's herbal notes and create a satisfying balance on the palate.

For spicier salami varieties like pepperoni or chorizo, a red wine with some heat, such as a Zinfandel or a Syrah, can enhance the sausage's spiciness and create an exciting fusion of flavors.