- Artisan blue cheese blended with Asturian apple cider
- Suave, creamy texture
- Aged in caves near the Cantabrian Sea
- Size - 6.7 oz/190 gr
Taragañu Crema de Cabrales is all natural Cabrales blue cheese blended with traditional sidra / Asturian apple cider: a match made in heaven!
This creamy blue cheese spread is an elegant appetizer - full of sharp Cabrales flavor with a suave creamy consistency! Serve with fine crackers or crusty bread, fresh fruit and perhaps a glass of cider or white wine. Spread on steak before grilling.
Better still, prepare an unrivaled blue cheese salad dressing with Taragañu Crema de Cabrales: Take ½ jar of Crema de Cabrales (3.5 ounces); thin with 4 oz of apple cider and 2 oz of cream. If you are a purist, just blend 3.5 ounces of the Crema de Cabrales with 8 ounces of fresh cream. ¡Que rico!
Cabrales, a blue cheese made of sheep’s milk is aged in caves overlooking the Cantabrian Sea in northern Spain.
The shepherds, whose flocks are grazing on the cliffs, make the cheese from ewe’s milk and store the freshly formed cheese on rustic shelves within the caves. There the wind and salt spray from the surf below produce and inimitably intense blue cheese such as you have never tasted before.
It is absolutely artisan and natural - a cheese with no artificially introduced mold, as is the case for Bleu and Roquefort cheese.
Cabrales cheese and apple cider from Asturias.
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Customer ReviewsAverage rating from 8 reviews Write a review
"Great to use on breads & crackers. Convenience, flavor, all I could want!"
Bonny F. Sims - Kill Devil Hills, NC - Jan 26, 2015
"Very good.......only if your a big fan of very potent blue cheese. I had it mixed with Creme Fraiche for company.....it was still very good."
ROBIN FORMAN - PALM BEACH GARDENS, Florida - Jan 4, 2015
Eduardo Llauger - Dallas, TX - Jul 13, 2014
"undefinable deliciousness! a dollop and a little cream blended for a perfect butter leaf salad!"
SUSAN WEBB - PORTLAND, OR - Apr 15, 2014
"This is milder than pure cabrales, due to cider. It is also somewhat denser than expected. We thinned it out further with some heavy cream, to make a spread. Excellent."
Maurice Hamilburg - Wayland, MA - May 26, 2013
"A bold spread. Nice!"
Marian Davis - LONDON, KY - May 5, 2013
"Delicious! Had friends over and was the talk of the night :) thank you for an excellent product! "
MONICA Soler Carballo - Princeton, FL - Mar 24, 2013
"I was astonished that this extraordinary product drew only one review prior to mine. Cabrales is close to unique among the world's sharper blue cheeses anyway, but, combined with the premium Asturian cider, this one sets a standard of excellence in taste and texture beyond any spread cheese that I have ever tried."
John J. Eddy - Apr 8, 2011