Manchego is named for the Spanish region of La Mancha
, also home of Don Quixote. This historic cheese is produced in the La Mancha region from pasteurized sheep's milk. It is aged for a minimum of 4 months and has a buff colored rind with a crosshatch pattern. The interior ranges from stark white to yellowish. Blonde Manchego has a mild, slightly briny, nutty flavor and an aroma reminiscent of lanolin and roast lamb.
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