Imported Cheeses

Manchego has been made in La Mancha since the time of the Romans and has been enjoyed by cheese lovers for centuries. This iconic Spanish cheese is made from only the milk of the oveja manchega—a special breed of sheep that only resides the the La Mancha Plateau.  The flavour is slightly acidic and piquant, the persistent taste of the sheep’s milk gives it a nutty finish.

This Spanish, pure goat’s-milk cheese reflects its homeland with its full, exotic flavour. During its six-month aging period, the rustic cheese is rubbed with a mixture of olive oil and sweet paprika. It is hard enough to shave over salads or hot dishes and is delicious as a table cheese when served with fresh fruits and truffle honey.