Monday, August 31, 2009

One of our favorite cheeses...


Milder, but with just the same creamy texture as La Peral, Cabrales or Valdeon. Covadonga is a delicious blue cheese from Spain. Made from a blend of pasteurized cow and sheep’s milk, it is fresh, mildly spicy and delicately salty. Blue veined with medium flecks of Penicilium Roqueforti and no rind, it is perfect for salads, on grilled meats, with fresh mushrooms, on pasta and rice dishes.

  • Region: El Escorial
  • Cheese Type: Soft Blue
  • Milk Type: Blend of pasteurized Cow & Sheep's Milk
  • Aged: 2-3 Months
Come in and try it.