About the Product
This product is originally from Spain, by Garcia Baquero, and each piece is 150g. Manchego cheese is typically made from sheep's milk, which carries hints of wild thyme, withered acorns, and aromatic herbs, due to their diet. What separates this cheese from other cheeses is the thick, aromatic, sweet milk that is used to create Manchego cheese. Iberico, on the other hand, is a unique emulsion of ewe's, goat's, and cow's milk, making it a traditional Spanish cheese.
The flavor of Manchego cheese varies according to how long it has been aged for, but it typically holds a unique richness with a blend of Brazil nuts and caramel, with a moderately salty finish. The texture of this cheese, however, is dry on the surface, yet distinctively creamy. Iberico has a creamy texture, with herbaceous notes from the goat cheese, as well as a sweet nutty flavor.
How to Enjoy
Manchego, like other hard cheeses, can be enjoyed individually, or can be used in cooking, which reveals its nutty yet sweet flavor. Iberico is best enjoyed in a toasted sandwich or within a gratin.
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Spain, 150g per piece, Garcia Baquero
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