Cabrales

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This prized Spanish blue is so popular it has its own holiday. Every Sunday, on the last day of August, the village of Arenas de Cabrales holds a festival dedicated to this iconic cheese. Cabrales is often served with fruit, which helps offset its intensity.

Origin Spain

Production & Aging 3 months

Appearance mold ripened withnumerous blue marblings and punctuated with irregular holes.

Taste & Texture Strong, penetrating aroma and sharp, acidic, slightly salty taste. Creamy cheese.

Beer Pairing Suggestions Farmhouse Ale, Wheat

Recipes Featuring Cabrales

Cheese Plate

Videos Featuring Cabrales