Cheeses from Cantabria.
Picón Bejes-Tresviso artisan cheese, is a blue cheese made with cow's milk, milk from sheep and from goats that have been grass-fed. The cheese is left to mature for 2 months in natural caves with high humidity in the region of Liébana (Cantabria). It is an intense, slightly acidic and spicy tasting cheese that is a little firm, almost soft, since it is...
Old artisan sheep's milk cheese made from raw milk. It's a cheese of impressive, strong, spicy flavor that lingers in mouth. A cheese produced in Cantabria by the Hermanos Sáez artisan cheese manufacturer. It's a cheese for local distribution and difficult to get outside of this area. It's served in units of 550 - 600 grams.
Goat cheese from raw milk cured a minimum of two years in the mountains of Cantabria. A strong cheese which exploits all the features of an aged cheese and a goat cheese one. A cheese with a pronounced flavor that lasts over time. A hard cheese to find these levels of ageaing. It is served in units of grams 500 - 550 grams.
Aged artisan cheese made with goat's and sheep's milk. Another aged artisan cheese from the Sáez brothers in the Cantabrian Mountains. Potent, exclusive and probably unique cheese in the Spanish market that matures for at least 24 months. It can be bought in units of 450 to 550 grams.
Artisan cheese made with raw milk from cows, goats and sheep, and matured for a minimum of 18 months. A unique product on the Spanish Market that is made in the mountains of Santander by the artisan dairy of the Sáez brothers. It can be bought in pieces of approximately 400 - 450 g.