This organic “guindilla” chili, pairs wonderfully with tomato, onion and ventresca tuna salads. Or try the Basque Country’s famous Gilda with Bahia de la Concha boquerones and Losada gordal olives.
The cheese is made in Posada de Valdeon, in the Castile-Leon region of the northwestern Spain and is wrapped in sycamore maple or chestnut leaves before being sent to market. The cheese has a very intense blue flavor, but is not as yellowed or as biting as its cousin Cabrales. Aged 6 Months
This unparalleled raw milk Manchego is exclusively produced using sheep`s milk collected from local herds. Once the milk is collected, Artequeso Manchego cheese is produced following only the strictest of artisan traditions, during which cheesemaker Alfonso Alvarez and his staff keep absolute control over each step of the cheese making process: this includes curd cutting, whey drainage, salting, and finally drying. Once the make process is complete, each wheel is carefully tended to during the affinage process, with particular attention devoted to controlled temperature and humidity levels.
Cana de Oveja is a soft-ripened cheese made from pasteurized sheep`s milk, in Murcia, Spain. This cheese is similar to the French Bucheron. This creamy, gooey cheese has a bloomy rind with flaky, crumbly texture with notes of tangy butter in paste. Cana de Oveja is aged for 21 days, as it ages, the flavour intensifies. It pairs well with white wine, almonds and fig
Characterized by it’s dusty gray rind, Garrotxa is the most famous cheese in Catalonia. Cheese maker Josep of Can Pejol pays homage to the small production methods of the original recipe, which almost disappeared in the mid 1900s due to changes in farming policies. It’s an approachable crowd-pleasing cheese, with hints of roasted almonds, and cellar.