The gourmet concept is associated with quality gastronomy, making direct reference to haute cuisine, the culture of good eating and the gastronomic arts. We call it gourmet but it means: “Love or refined pleasure for good food and drink.” The French word gourmet comes from “gourmand” and “gout”, “taste” or “flavor” in Spanish, thus creating a term that evokes admiration and enjoyment for good food.
Today, the “gourmet life” has become a lifestyle that is in vogue. Going out for dinner or lunch has become a gastronomic experience in which you enter expecting to be surprised. When you enjoy eating and have a sophisticated taste, you don’t settle for just any dish. A dish that is considered gourmet has to meet several requirements.
A gourmet preparation must be tasted by a professional taster in the first instance. Experts in tasting gourmet food have enough experience and knowledge to distinguish between quality dishes and haute cuisine or dishes that do not come to present that delicacy. Through his specialized taste, the taster will be able to distinguish between whether the taste is worthy of being determined as gourmet. Likewise, other aspects must be taken into account to refine and be able to catalog what is and what is not gourmet.
Gourmet products don’t always have to be the most expensive or the most expensive. Gourmet foods are those that have been elaborated and produced in a majestic way, taking care of each of the steps in the process of obtaining it. The quality of the raw material, the exquisiteness when presenting them and the sophistication of their flavor, give rise to elaborations with the best flavors that will not leave you indifferent.
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