Rocinante Iberico is a traditional Spanish cheese, with a history of more than 2,000 years. It is made in the region of La Mancha and Castilla Leon with a blend of cow, goat and sheep milk. It has a very smooth, pleasant, persistent and individual flavour; which is slightly piquant and salty on the palate with a very long finish and a very nice aftertaste of nuts and hay. The cheese is firm with natural rind which is imprinted with the marks of a woven basket mold. Best served with quince paste and a young red wine.
I have just bought a Ibérico Rocinante LV cheese (2 months) which is very tasteful and good.
Can you tell me a bit about the making of it and what it consists of.
Arvid Johansen – in Norway
I’d reach out to the producer directly 🙂