Online Sources of Spanish Foods

Mail-order convenience lets you menu-plan with confidence

Chorizo with tapas
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Perhaps while vacationing in Spain you tried a fabulous Spanish tapa and now you want to prepare it at home, but you need some authentic Spanish paprika or pimenton. Or, you ate the most extraordinary paella at a Spanish friend's house and want to duplicate it, but you don't have a proper pan. Whatever the reason you need Spanish ingredients or cooking tools, you may not find a source of authentic Spanish products near your home. That's when it's time to turn to one or more of the online stores offering traditional Spanish culinary supplies that you can have delivered directly to your door. 

La Tienda

This family-owned and operated company has been delivering high-quality Spanish products to homes since 1996 and ships orders to the United States, Canada, and Europe. They have a wide selection of Spanish food and wine, such as Serrano ham and Manchego cheese, plus kitchen equipment such as paella pans and clay cooking dishes. Non-perishable items ship for a flat rate.

La Espanola Meats

Founded in 1982 in a small suburb of Los Angeles by a Spanish couple, La Espanola is now an importer, distributor, retailer, and wholesaler of Spanish foods. The proprietors also manufacture Spanish-style sausages and cured meat products. In addition, they have a selection of kitchen equipment, dishes, and Spanish specialty foods. Many purchases include free shipping.

The Spanish Table

After traveling to Spain on a whim, a couple fell in love with the food and culture and returned to the U.S. to discover authentic ingredients and tools were hard to find. Thus, The Spanish Table was born. This online retailer offers everything you need to make traditional paella, ingredients for your favorite tapas, sausages and hams, cheese and olives, and Spanish wine—as well as ceramics in which to cook it all.

Delicias de Espana

This family venture started as a restaurant and delicatessen in Miami. They carry more than 1,000 items imported from Spain including jamon (Spanish ham), cheeses, olive oils, sweets, and wines, and even Spanish bath products and perfumes. You can purchase items a la carte or choose a well-crafted gift basket for yourself or a Spain-loving friend.

HotPaella

After years of traveling to Spain to find the perfect products, Lolita finally opened HotPaella to share her passion for her Spanish heritage. She sells a wide variety of goods, from spices and seasonings to sauces and spreads to seafood and sausages—and everything needed to make paella, of course.

Amigo Foods

Offering Latin food from around the globe, Amigo Foods features a long list of Spanish specialties. Chorizo and churros as well as fruit preserves and holiday sweets are on the menu, as well as a large selection of only the finest turron, a Spanish confection made from almonds and honey. Money-saving codes are featured on the top of the home page.

Carmen and Lola

Named after two grandmothers, this online purveyor of fine Spanish food is run by their grandchildren as a tribute to the women's love of food and cooking. Selling everything you would need to make paella, including paella kits, as well as a variety of jamon and Spanish cheeses in addition to gourmet products and food gifts, this online retailer offers free shipping for $100 or more plus a rewards program and sale items.

Despana

Originating as a chorizo factory in Queens, New York, Despana grew into a company that now provides high-quality Spanish food products online. Offering a nice selection of meats, cheeses, seafood, oils and vinegars, and paella ingredients, the store carries everything you need to stock a Spanish pantry.

Guacho Gourmet

What do you get when a woman of Spanish heritage marries a man from Italy? A kitchen filled with wonderful foods. That is why the Ciorciari family started Guacho Gourmet, to share their love of food and quality products with those who want to cook authentic Spanish (and Italian and Argentinian) dishes. Here you will find products from specialty oils and teas to anchovy-stuffed olives and cheeses. Guacho Gourmet offers a 5-percent-back rewards program to its customers.

igourmet.com

This large outlet sells a variety of specialty cheeses and fine foods from many parts of the globe, including a decent selection of Spanish items. Here you will find morcilla (Spanish blood sausage), membrillo (quince paste), chorizo, and, of course, a wonderful variety of Spanish cheeses. igourmet.com tacks on a packaging charge for perishable items.