Category Archives: Spanish

Drunken Goat

The Drunken Goat is a Spanish semi-soft, creamy goat. She gets her name from the fact that the rind is washed in red wine, and some of that flavor sinks into the cheese, giving it a fruity, fresh taste. The cheese itself is a pure and blinding white.


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Campo Del Montalban

Cow, sheep, and goat from Spain. Like Manchego, the Campo goes wonderful with Mebrillo paste or honey. He also pairs well with thinly sliced Jamon Serrano, or a full bodied red wine.

The name always reminds me of the Count from Sesame Street, “Aha! I am de CAMPO del MONtalbaaahnnn! Howww many pounds would you like??”

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ONETiK Ossau-Iraty

They say this cheese may be one of the oldest aged cheeses in existence, dating back 3800 years or more.

Its a mild and nutty sheep’s milk Brebis cheese from the Basque region in southern France/northern Spain.

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Mi Amor, Mi Corazon, Mi Vida!

Leonora is hands-down one of my favorite goat cheeses of all time. Creamy and cakey, strong, earthy, she approaches the ideal in a goaty goat cheese. She’s Castilian, from the dry, arid hills northwest of Madrid and she has a lemon finish and a tangy rind with a bit of an after-kick.

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