Maybe sometime you’ve wondered what is the difference between consuming products with designation of origin and products that are not. And surely you used it to refer to quality products as can be wines, cheeses, meats, etc. but do you know what is it? if so, does it affect the Designation of Origin in the quality of products?
Cheese is one of the great inventions of mankind: it is amazing how starting from something as simple as the milk of sheep, cow or goat, our ancestors of 4,000 years ago were able to create this versatile delight that it manages a picnic – in the form of helpful sandwich – which makes great dinner gourmet. Recurrent as pecking, this delicacy is so common in our dishes that we think we know everything of it. And it is not always the case. Either at the time of the purchase, during the tasting or conservation, small errors can make it less pleasant to the joyful time of put a piece of cheese in the mouth. A group of experts help us fix them. Continue reading →
Spanish people usually eat cheese everyday: with bread, as a tapa, as a dessert or even by itself. Due to the clima and geography variability across the country, along with large culture diversity, each region produces several varieties.
The cheese production in Spain has become in an important matter. As well as it happens with wine, currently there are many “Denominations of Origin” spread across the country. Specifically there are 23 types of cheese which are able to cover every the wide range of likings.