Majorero Cheese 2052

Majorero Cheese 2052 - The Spanish Table
Majorero Cheese 2052 - The Spanish Table

Majorero Cheese 2052

This cheese comes from the island of Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands, off the north-eastern coast of Africa. Before the arrival of the Spanish the island was called "Maxorata", and "Majorero" is the pre-Spanish word for both the inhabitants of the island and the native goat, which contributes the milk for this cheese. This raw-milk cheese is coated in paprika and aged from between 45 and 90 days. The flavors are rich and complementary - buttery, nutty, somewhat tangy, and earthy. Have it with fresh fruit or a glass of wine.

Price is for 1 lb. The pieces vary in size but we try to ship as close to 1 lb. as possible.


Regular price $35.49
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