Blood sausage is produced in a number of different varieties in numerous regions of the world. Germany produces blutwurst, which is made of pig's lungs, chopped bacon, and various seasonings. In Spain, morcilla is a typical blood sausage that contains pig's blood, suet, and seasonings. It is produced as a heavily smoked meat or as a somewhat sweet and spicy meat. A Polish-American version of blood sausage is referred to as kishka, which is made with blood, beef and barley to be served as a breakfast sausage. Other names for this sausage that may be used are kiska, kiske, kishke, kiszka, der ma, and stuffed derma. Since each region has their own version of blood sausage, there will be a wide variety of ingredients used for making the sausage, which will cause it to vary in taste and texture.