100% sheep cheese. It is made from pasteurized milk of sheep breed Manchego..



100% Manchego cheep cheese, born in the birthplace of Don Quixote, in the Spanish region of La Mancha.

The taste is milky, slightly savory and a bit salty. There is no characteristic pronounced taste of sheep milk.

Can be used as a self-starter, the Spaniards recommend serving Manchego with thin slices of quince marshmallow,

as well as rose wines.

Ivory color with a distinctive spicy taste and skin from pale yellow to greenish black color range.

Quality confirmed by D.O. (DENOMINACION DE ORIGEN).

This hard cheese got its name due to a special breed of sheep, from the milk of which it is created,

– “Manchega”. Once, a couple of centuries before Christ, the Mancheg’s sheep roamed the world,

crossed the Pyrenees and some regions of Spain, and, perhaps, would continue to roam the world to this day,

however, the inhabitants of La Mancha were not only able to tame wandering sheep, but also managed to keep

this unique breed, not allowing it to mix with others.

Cheese “Manchego DOP” embodies the best qualities of natural sheep cheese.

The amount of protein in it is much more than in meat, which is important for vegetarians,

fasting and just supporters of healthy eating. The cheese is salted by hand and ripens within 60 days,

to open up then on your table in its entirety of its amazing aroma and taste.

It is made from pasteurized milk of sheep breed Manchego.


Nutrition Information (100 g):

Energy value of 1736 kJ / 419 kcal

Salt 1.33 g

Carbohydrates 24 g

Protein 3 g

Fat 36 g

Carbohydrates, of which sugar 1 g

Saturated fat 25 g