Alisios cows (70%) goats (30%) covered in sweet pimentón 2 Lb

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2 Lb.(2 Lbs drained weight)

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Alisios is named after the trade winds that blow through the island of Fuerteventura. The cheese is made with milk from Canary Island cows (70%) and goats (30%), and is covered in sweet pimentón from Murcia. The paste is smooth and dense with few eyes. It is brothy with toasted notes and has a sweetness from the paprika. The goat’s milk adds a slight zing to the creamy paste. Alisios won a Super Gold at the 2016 World Cheese Awards. 6/2#
Sweet, brothy paste balanced with slightly smoky spice of paprika.
Serve on a cheese plate, alongside an heirloom tomato salad, or melted over boiled potatoes with Mojo Picon. Pair with a rosé from the Canaries, or a bone dry Fino Sherry.
Pasteurized cow’s (min. 70%) and goat’s (min. 30%) milk, rennet, cheese cultures, salt, paprika. Inedible rind.