I just posted another salami review where I noted that Trader Joe’s always hits the mark, it seems, in providing high quality for low cost. This Columbus brand “Salame Secchi” is no exception:
This was mild and lean, hard and dry.
It sliced easy and had a great, slightly sweet flavor to it.
I initially went to Trader Joe’s to try their truffle salami, but they were all out. I picked this up, along with the Volpi sopressata, just because I was craving hard meat (commence jokes).
I was definitely happy with the purchase. This style ran me $8 for 9oz. That’s not bad at all.