Queso Manchego ChNP
It is produced in the famous La Mancha region and only from the milk of Manchega sheep. This hard and ripened cheese is also one of the sides and ingredients in Spanish cuisine. Its uniqueness and high quality are underlined by the Protected Designation of Origin certificate, which guarantees that the cheese has been produced according to specific recipes and in a specific area in Spain. Its centre is milky, with a consistent and elastic structure, which is decorated with tiny holes formed during the approximately three-month maturation period. Its milky and creamy taste hides a hint of spiciness. In its aroma, you will sense the pleasant flavour of sheep’s milk, which brings together this feast for the taste buds. It’s very easy to slice so tasting it becomes even easier!
Manchego cheese in Spain is served and added to many dishes. Therefore, you can serve it successfully in your own kitchen or at parties. It is suitable as an add-on to various snacks and will enhance the variety on a cheese platter. It goes well with fruity sangria, dry red or white wine. It goes perfectly with sweet preserves, honey and fresh fruit such as strawberries and figs. In Spanish cuisine, it is often served with serrano ham which, like the cheese, matures over time. With its easy-to-grate texture, it will perfectly complement dinner dishes such as pasta with sauce and roasts.