Cabrales cheese mezcla Los Puertos 500 g

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Queso de Cabrales mezcla Los Puertos

Cheese made with mix raw cow’s milk (75%), goat (20%) and sheep (5%) with an intense and penetrating smell, with a balanced and intense flavor with a spicy sensation of medium intensity and semi-soft and unctuous paste.

Cabrales cheese is a blue cheese made in the artisan tradition in Asturias. This cheese can be made from pure, unpasteurized cow’s milk or blended in the traditional manner with goat and/or sheep milk, which lends the cheese a stronger, spicier flavor.
All of the milk used in the production of Cabrales must come exclusively from herds raised in a small zone of production in Asturias, in the mountains of the Picos de Europa.
After the initial curing period of around two weeks, the Cabrales is then aged a further two to five months in natural caves in the limestone mountains of the area. The cheeses are placed on wooden shelves known as talameras, where they are periodically turned and cleaned. Relative humidity in these caves is typically 90% and the temperature is a cool 7–13°C, conditions favoring the development of penicillium molds that produce blue-green veins throughout the cheese.
Cabrales has a strong flavor, sometimes quite acidic, which can be very complex when made with mixed milks. Like Gorgonzola and Roquefort, it is a famous blue cheese whose name is protected by European law.