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1605 Manchego, Mature Pasteurised, 230g

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DESCRIPTION

Complex, savoury. Hints of caramel, malted cereal. Masterful Manchego. As good as it gets.

Milk type: Pasteurised ewes' milk

From: Ciudad Real, Castile - La Mancha

Net weight: 230g wedge (5 months cured)

Winner: Bronze at the World Cheese Awards 2023

Our 1605 Manchego is made at the Sierra la Solana estate, an area of about 350 hectares, which includes vineyards, almond plantations and olive groves, 150km south of Madrid. Here you can find a traditional rustic Mediterranean vegetation as well as a harsh and extreme climatic environment, ideal for the native Manchega sheep to roam about. The result is clean, rich-tasting milk with a sweet and malted cereal finish which translate into an elegant, fruity, intense flavours with a long finish.

The aroma of this minimum 5-month-matured Manchego is of butter and cereal. The paste is pale ivory, semi-hard and dense; the flavours are of sweet and rich ewes’ milk and raw almonds. It has a long, clean finish.

To learn more about Queserías 1605, watch the video here

We no longer stock this product, but don't worry - you can purchase the delicious raw milk alternative here.

INGREDIENTS MILK, rennet, lactic cultures, salt, lysozyme (EGG) STORAGE & CARE Keep refrigerated below 5°C
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