Dairy product that is prepared through a process of curdling, draining, pressing and curing milk.
Cheese made with cow, goat or ewe’s milk that has blue or greyish streaks of mould, characterised by its strong smell and taste.
Soft cheese made of cow´s milk, white in colour with a creamy texture and a strong flavour, which is named for its orignary region in France.
Cheese that has undergone a four to seven month curing process, dry and fatty with a strong flavour.
Cheese made from pasteurized cow's milk, of firm consistency and yellowish colour, traditionally produced as a sphere covered in red or yellow wax, and named after the Dutch city from which it comes.
Italian fresh cheese, typically made of buffalo or cow´s milk, which has a fibrous texture and is principally consumed on pizza or salad.