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A firm, unpasteurized sheep’s milk cheese, it’s covered by natural, bone-colored, patterned rind that lends a rustic, almost antique quality to the cheese. The ivory paste inside is a complex bundle of earthy, grassy flavors with a balanced salt content.
The flavor of Manchego is zesty and exuberant, while its texture is firm but not dry. Manchego can be recognized by the zigzag pattern etched into its rind. This is created by the rippled surface of the press used in the manufacture of the cheese. Underneath the inedible rind, the interior is ivory colored with
The natural rind of the Brin D’Amour is covered with rosemary thyme, coriander seeds and savoury, aromatic herbs that are found in the rocky, brambly underbush landscape one finds on the island. The Brin d’Amour is an uncooked and unpressed cheese that requires a maturing period of at least a month. The dried herbs give