Peppery and nutty Spanish excellence

Named after the province in La Mancha where it is made, Manchego is a putty-coloured, Spanish hard cheese made from sheep's milk. A mild but slightly salty and peppery, nutty cheese, it is recognized for its ribbed rind that originates from the baskets that were once used to press it. Fun fact - it is mentioned in Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes, written in 1605 and one of the world's most famous novels.


Goes great with
  • Honey
  • Figs
  • Walnuts

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