Nothing sets a Spanish table like some good olives. The south of Spain and its endless sun produces some of the world's best olives, and the southern tradition is to soak them in brine and then dress them with a mixture of herbs, garlic and spices to give them a distinct taste.
Our mixture includes our favorites: Gordal, Empeltre, and Zorzaleña olives.
Perfect to picar, or snack on, with a cold beer or a glass of vermouth before a meal.
MM, Made with Mimo, is Mimo's new range of artisan Spanish foods sourced by our expert guides and sommeliers.
Orange blossoms scent the streets of Southern Spain, and the honey made from their delicate flowers is incredibly aromatic. Its flavor (and gorgeous light color) makes it a favorite of ours and across the Iberian peninsula. Use in tea, drizzled over cheeses, and anywhere else you use honey or sugar....
On the streets of Spain, one often finds a cart with a metal pot bubbling with caramelized sugar, whose vendor tends it carefully, tossing in nuts in to order. The smell is incredible, and this is our artisan version of the street vendor's offering. If you can manage not to...
The guindilla is a fresh, green pepper that is eaten one of two ways: flash fried or, our favorite, preserved in vinegar. The smooth peppers have a bit of bite but quality guindillas are not spicy. Our guindillas are hand harvested and hand packed, an incredibly artisan, local product. Perfect...
Romesco is one of our favorite sauces, made from almonds, hazelnuts, pepper and tomato. People in Cataluña often gather in season to enjoy calçots, a type of young onion. In fields, they char them to bits over open flames, and then they dip them in romesco sauce and lower the...