We have four types of fuets:
The fuet extra: It is the traditional fuet, with a round and flexible body. We also have the babaus or tanoques format (these latter with red pepper) which are snacks perfect to nibble at wherever you are.
The espetec: with a flatter shape. You will know it is a good “espetec” because if you fold it, it should break with a crack, as its name in Catalan indicates. It has a little bit more sugar, which confers it a sweeter flavour.
The secallona is a thin and small fuet. You will know that it is a good secallona if when buying it, it bends and a few days later it breaks. It is a tasty and practical snack.
The salchichón extra: It is the largest type of fuet and at the same time ideal for sandwiches if you cut the slices thin.