Queso Espadán cheese
- Queso Espadán is produced by Los Corrales, in Almedijar, a town in the province of Castellón, which is located in the natural park of the Sierra de Espadán
- Semi-soft with a slightly mouldy rind
Aroma and taste
- Quite intense aroma of goat with a hint of spice and mushrooms. The rind has a musty smell. Slightly acidic, goaty flavour with a lingering, nutty aftertaste
Strength and texture
- Medium strength. Matured for 40-60 days. Crumbly texture
Shape, weight and size
- Cylinders of 1kg
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|Queso blanco cheese||310|
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