Free
Local
Delivery

on orders over £35
standard delivery
£9.50 (UK Mainland)



Loading Zoom, please wait

Picos-Bejes-Tresviso DOP

Price Starting at: £8.63

Please Choose:

Made on a very small scale in the remote Cantabrian Picos de Europa mountains near Asturias. It has been made in the area since the 13th Century. Aged in limestone caves 3-4 months it has a very powerful flavour. Not for the faint-hearted!

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

 Go Back to Cheese 
Product Reviews

There are currently no reviews for this product. Be the first to Write a review.

Customers who bought this product also purchased...
Reblochon  More Info  ReblochonPrice: £11.50Reblochon is unlike most cheeses from the mountains of the Savoie region, it is small and soft and enjoyed whilst still young. The name is derived from the French verb 'reblocher' which means 'to pinch the cow's udder ... more info
Bermondsey Hard Pressed  More Info  Bermondsey Hard PressedPrice: £8.00Bill Oglethorpe is famous for his toasted cheese sandwiches and Raclette that he sells in the Borough Market. For the past 4 years he has been experimenting with making his own cheeses, and now makes his cheeses with Jennifer Kast. Bermondsey Hard ... more info
London Sourdough Lge
London Sourdough LgePrice: £4.50
Mature Sparkenhoe Red Leicester  More Info  Mature Sparkenhoe Red LeicesterPrice: £8.00David and Jo Clarke brought back traditional Red Leicester cheese making in 2005 on Sparkenhoe Farm in Leicestershire. It is a handmade, clothbound cheese that is dyed with annatto and matured for three-six months. It has a firm texture ... more info
Gorgonzola Dolce  More Info  Gorgonzola DolcePrice: £7.98Gorgonzola is believed to have been produced since at least the 10th Century in a town of the same name in Italy. It is soft and runny, with a very creamy flavour and mild, almost sweet taste. It is a great cheese to cook with as well as to snack on.
English Fruits: Quince
English Fruits: QuincePrice: £4.95Using only fresh quinces and sugar, this fruit puree is super-concentrated so that you only need to use a little bit. We suggest pairing it with hard, full-flavoured cheeses like Zamorano or Cironé .