Thursday, July 12, 2018

ibores -

Ibores is Spanish cheese made with raw goat milk. This cheese gets its name from an area in Extremadura that is Los Ibores where this cheese has been produced since Roman times. The area is a plateau surrounded by mountains.

The weight of the Ibores cheese is between 0.5 to 1.3 kilograms while the shape is cylindrical. His red skin contrasted with the white inside. The skin of this cheese has been smeared with powdered peppers or olive oil during the ripening process which makes the skin red.

Cheese Ibores are produced using raw milk from three types of goats, namely Serrana, Verata, and Retinta. Before sold in the market, this cheese first matured for at least 2 months.