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Ossau Iraty

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This cheese is made in two of France's western Pyrénées regions: Ossau and Iraty in the Pays Basque forests. The Basque country has a long history of making cheese with the milk of Manech ewes. It has a lovely tangy, slightly sweet lingering flavour and a distinctive slightly farmyard aroma. Great with quince paste.

Country of Origin:France
Style of Cheese:Hard
Milk:Ewe
Vegetarian:No
Unpasteurised:Yes

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