Near the Deva River, in the region of Cantabria in the northern Spain, Juan Carlos Martínez Casares and his wife Maria Carmen run a small dairy. The dairy was established 25 years ago and after learning to make cheese from monks in the area, the couple now makes a handful of cheeses using sheep, cow and goat's milk.
Made from a blend of cow, sheep and goat's milk, Tres Leches is mild, with clean flavors of fresh cream, sweetness from the sheep's milk and a hint of tang from the goat's milk. With its unique beehive shape and matted bloomy rind, this cheese is perfect under a drizzle of honey or alongside a few candied cherries.
Farm / Company: Rio Deva/Forever Cheese Co
Cheesemaker: Juan Carlos and Maria Carmen
City, State: Camaleño
Milk Type: Blended
Milk Treatment: Pasteurized
Aging: 3 weeks
Size(s): 15 ounce round