Cinco Jotas” (or “5J”) refers to the highest possible score in a ham grading system employed in Jabugo in Andalucía. The 5J ham sells at a premium, but once you’ve tasted it, it’s as hard to go back to generic jamón serrano as to switch from single-malt Scotch to cheap beer. Try it here, where the 5J tapa consists of three paper-thin squares of ham to wrap around five conical crackers. If you like the gamy taste more than the gummy texture, order the caña de lomo 5J tapa for a larger helping of sausage made from the same grade of ham.