Manchego  – Spanish sheep cheese from the La Mancha region. Hard cheese with a rich, sour-salty taste, with a slight hint of piquancy and a light sour aroma.



Manchego is often eaten with crackers, salmon, or lamb. Cheese is a great snack in its own right, which further reveals its taste when paired with bread, olives, spicy sausage and wine.

The Spaniards spread it on toasted bread, grated with garlic and tomato. As a dessert, they like to serve with a hard quince paste.

Manchego is a great ingredient in a cheese platter. It will enrich the salad of fresh vegetables with olive oil. Can be added to main courses for new flavors.


Energy content (100 g): 1782 kJ / 430 kcal

100 g of product contains:

fat 37.0 g,

of which saturated fatty acids are 25.4 g,

carbohydrate 1.3 g,

sugar 1.3 g,

protein 23 g

salt 1.8 g

Store at a temperature not higher than +4 ºС +8 ºС