San Simon da Costa is a cheese made from raw or pasteurized cow’s milk of the Galician blond, Swiss brown, and Friesian breeds in the District of Terra Cha, in the province of Lugo. This cheese acquires its typical ochre-yellow colour and aroma through the smoking process, for which the only birch from the local woods is used. Flavors are fairly mild and sweetly earthy with tastes of butter and delicate smoke.
Manchego is a variety of Manchego cheese that’s in the third stage of ageing. The cheese is made from sheep’s milk and it’s aged from 3 to 6 months. The texture is semi-firm, smooth, and creamy. The flavours are mild, pleasant, sweet, nutty, caramel-like, and slightly piquant.
Mezla Semi Cheese hailing from the La Mancha region of Spain. This young 3 months aged mixed cheese, is made from 80% cow, 10% goat and 10% sheep milk. It is piquant with mild grassy notes and creamy and smooth in texture.