Salami Cañitas, Bilboa Style Salami and Barcelona Style Salami. That is a lot of salami…
Again, these pepperoni-style sticks were quite tasty and filling. Easy to eat and perfect for tapas.
The brochure that comes with the box says that the sliced salamis are very different and distinctly Spanish types of sliced salami. I did notice that the Bilboa is cut wide and thin with a lovely pink hue.
The Barcelona is thinly sliced circles.
Everything was delicious but at this point, kind of melding into one overall big salami experience. Despite spacing out my foodie experience, I started to have meat fatigue. I know, I did not think that was possible either!
The subscription for this door-delivered mega box of meat is $50 a month or you can try it once for $55. You will receive an assortment of high quality hand-cured meats.
I love the surprise factor, which is super exciting. The quality is definitely high and the flavour for my month fantastic.
Personally, if I threw parties for foodie friends once a month this would be a no-brainer. It is absolutely worth the $50 when it comes to quantity and quality of meat for the price. This month with Espuna would have been perfect for a tapas party. If this is you, join Carnivore Club.
If you are a sole foodie like me with a husband who is very particular about meat (so you will probably be the only one indulging) then I might hold off. It is still worth the money but man, my arteries can only take so much meaty indulgence. I loved every second but as you can see it took me THREE posts to give each product their due.
Overall, I love the Carnivore Club. I think it is clever, exciting, right on foodie trend and tons of fun. If I had more of a social life and the financial means, I would sign up for it no problem. I give this foodie experience four and half out of five wooden spoons.