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Mahon Semi-Curado

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Made by hand on Menorca from a very small producer, this cheese has been rubbed with olive oil and paprika whilst it matures. It is dense and slightly springy in texture. It gives salty, almost bacon-like flavours.

Amazing with  sherry!

Country of Origin:Spain
Style of Cheese:Hard
Milk:Cow
Unpasteurised:Yes

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