8 PC/13.OZ EA
Sheep cheese aged for five months and topped with edible rose, calendula, blue cornflower, jasmine and lavender petals. Exquisite sensory stimulation because of its fragrance, the blend of the characteristic flavor of cured sheep cheese with its floral essence, and its spectacular presentation.
The INTERNATIONAL TASTE INSTITUTE of Brussels has acknowledged the quality and unique flavor of this cheese, awarding it with its recognized three stars SUPERIOR TASTE AWARD.
Campo de Montalban is a mixed-milk cheese, containing roughly sixty percent cow`s milk with the remainder comprised of goat`s and sheep`s milks. It was originally considered a Manchego, but in 1985 the AOC standards for Manchego were changed to mandate 100 percent sheep’s milk. As Campo de Montalban is mixed-milk, its name was changed to reflect its home region. Made in the town of La Puebla de Montalban, its name translates to `the fields of Montalban.
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
Elaborated with raw sheep milk, Idiaza¡bal is a robust and sharp cheese, and usually ripened for a long period (at least 60 days). Its paste is delightful and chewy. The P.D.O. Idiazabal bheese is elaborated in the Basque Country and Navarre, from raw milk of the `Lacha` and `Carranzana` sheep´s varieties, natural rennet, and a minimum ripering of 2 months.