But one of the most popular kinds of Spanish cheese is the Manchego cheese. This cheese is made exclusively in Don Quixote’s land, La Mancha. It is a fertile, elevated plateau located in Central Spain. It is famous not only because of Don Quixote but because of their Manchego cheese. It is made out of the whole milk of Manchega sheep, where it got its name. Manchego cheese is processed in dry, cool caves for a period of two months to one year.
Date: Wednesday 10, 2008
Spain has about 100 different Spanish cheese types. Every region has its own specialty, covering a full range of cheese types, from fresh to cured, to fermented and blue-veined. One essential characteristic is the type of milk used in the production. Depending on the area, time of the year, climate, or tradition, cheeses are made [...]