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Picos de Europa

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This blue cheese is made in the Picos de Europa mountains in Northern Spain. This cheese was originally introduced to the area by French pilgrims travelling in the mountains. It is matured in mountain caves for at least three months and wrapped in maple leaves it has a very strong salty taste, with a stronger aroma than Stilton.

Try pairing with Pedro Ximenez sherry.

Country of Origin:Spain
Style of Cheese:Blue
Milk:Mixed
Vegetarian:No
Unpasteurised:No

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