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Enjoy the best Spanish cheeses available for online shopping in our gourmet shop for Ireland. Our cheeses are perfect for Tapas, appetizers or desserts. We offer artisan and premium-quality cheeses of most of the types produced in Spain, including with appellation of origin status, such as DOP (Denomination of Origin) or IGP (Protected Geographical Indication), such as Manchego, Cabrales, Tetilla, Afuega’l Pitu, Arzúa-Ulloa, Camerano, Casín, Cebreiro, Flor de Guía, Gamonedo, Ibores, Idiazabal, L´Alt Urgell y Cerdanya, La Serena, Liébana, Los Beyos, Mahón – Menorca, Majorero, Murcia, Murcia al Vino, Nata de Cantabria, Roncal, Palmero / La Palma, Picón Bejes-Tresviso, San Simón da Costa, Torta del Casar, Valdeón and Zamorano.
We offer cheeses made of milk of cow, ewe sheep, goat, buffalo, or mixed-milk with milk coming from two or more species. According its texture, we offered cheese that are soft, semi-soft, firm, hard, blue or cream (spread). In regards of flavour, we offer cheeses which are mild, medium, bold, strong, with truffles, or several flavoured cheeses such as chili, paprika, beer, white wine, red wine, sweet wine, walnuts, tomato, oregano, thyme, honey, black garlic, extra virgin olive oil, black pepper and mushroom (boletus).
Our cheese products come in multiple formats, including whole cheese (whole wheel), half-cheese (half-wheel), a wedge portion of various sizes, sliced (pre-sliced), or in cream (spread) format. Our cheeses are usually packaged with the manufacturer´s original packaging, which is usually also vacuum-sealed.
In terms of aging, we offer cheeses that are fresh (fresco), soft (tierno), semi-cured (semicurado), cured (curado), old (viejo), and aged (añejo).
We offer a good variety of cheeses for special diets, including organic, free-range, gluten-free, lactose-free, light, low fat, low salt, without preservatives, unsalted, vegan, and vegetarian.
Our offering includes most of the premium and exclusive Spanish cheese brands such as 1605, A Granxa Beley, Ahuyentalobos, TGT, Arquesán, Artequeso, Asturlesa, Bauma, Belai, Betara, Bilkain, Boffard, Buenalba, Campomancha (El Hidalgo), Can Pujol, Cancho Roano, Carmen, Casa Campo de Tresviso, Catadoiro, Cremositos del Zújar, Don Bernardo, Don Julián (Sanabria), Don Picón de Cuenca, Don Santiago (Quesería Prestes), El Gran Cardenal, El Nostre – Que´s Belt, El Pastor, El Viso, Finca Pascualete, Flor de Esgueva, Flor de Villuercas, García Baquero, Gran Capitán, Guriamen, Inés Granda – Pría Llanes, La Borbolla, La Castuereña, La Cleda, La Fueya, La Pardina, La Pasiega de Peña Pelada, La Trashumancia, La Vasco Navarra, La Xiquella, Lácteas San Vicente, Larra, Larsa, Las Abadías, Les Cabres d´en Peyu, Leyendas de Baztán, Mas El Garet, Mas Rovira, Maxorata, Meloussa, Mercadal, Merco, Montbrú, Muntanyola, Murgó Formatges, Muuu Beee, Orexa, Pajarete, Palancares, Palo Santo, Parra Camino, Pastoralia, Payoyo, Pazo de Queixo, Picos de Europa, POK, Quesería La Pandiella, Quesos Flor Valsequillo, Reixagó, Ronkari, Rubio, Tío Resti, Urgelia, Cadí, Vega de Ario, Vega Sotuelamos, Vellón de Fuentesaúco, Vicente Pastor and Villacentero, and others, since this is not an exhaustive list.
Among the most famous Spanish cheeses, we have Manchego, easily the most well-known Spanish cheese throughout the world, is beloved for its rich, buttery taste and compact consistency. It comes in three types: cured, semi-cured, and old.
Cabrales cheese, also known as Quesu Cabrales, Queso de Cabrales, or Cabraliego, is a highly-prized cheese and the most international food of the Spanish northern region of Asturias, with an intense, persistent, and slightly spicy flavor.
Tetilla cheese (Queso Tetilla / Queixo Tetilla) is the most characteristic and internationally renowned Galician cheese, easily recognizable by its shape and its smooth, thin, straw-yellow rind. The word ‘tetilla’ clearly defines the traditional conical, concave-convex, pear-like shape, with a slight “nipple”, which is the reason why it’s called tetilla, meaning nipple in Spanish.
If you would like to read more detailed information on the different types of popular Spanish cheeses please visit our post on this subject in our blog: Most Famous Spanish Cheeses