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Vintage emborrado goat cheese

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Aged "emborrado" Payoya goat cheese A cheese aged for over 18 months, which is then treated using the "emborrado" process, which consists of curing it in olive oil and wheat bran. It is made with raw milk from the famous Payoya goat. An exclusive, hard-to-find cheese.

You can buy this cheese in wedges of approximately 400 grams.

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14,00 €

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Weight400 grs
MilkGoat
Mature periodMás de 18 meses
Flavour intensityStrong
Geographical areaAndalucía
CountrySpain
Curdling agentNatural
Kind of milkRaw
FormatWedge

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An aged rind of Payoya goat's cheese

An aged cheese produced by the Creamery El Bosqueño. A creamery located in the Cádiz province, located within the Natural Park of Sierra de Grazalema. El Bosqueño produces this cheese with raw milk from Payoya goats, who roam freely in the grazalemeña plains.

It's one of the pioneering artisanal creameries producing exclusive cheeses. Its commercial success has inspired the formation of many new creameries and cheesemakers in the entire gaditana province. It's elaborations are based on traditional Cádiz recipes and continue to produce excellent cheeses.

El Bosqueño is a creamery that obtains international recognitions and awards year after year and stands out from thousands of other cheeses from all the world.

Al Queso is the best way to buy artisanal goat's cheese

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Vintage emborrado goat cheese

Vintage emborrado goat cheese

Aged "emborrado" Payoya goat cheese A cheese aged for over 18 months, which is then treated using the "emborrado" process, which consists of curing it in olive oil and wheat bran. It is made with raw milk from the famous Payoya goat. An exclusive, hard-to-find cheese.

You can buy this cheese in wedges of approximately 400 grams.

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