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Tronchon is a very small village in the southeastern part of Spain's wild and mountainous Teruel province. The town and its surrounding area has an age-old tradition of raising sheep and goats in mixed herds. This tradition led to the creation of Tronchon cheese, which is made from a blend of goat, sheep, and cow's milk. This uniquely volcano-shaped cheese is beautiful and delicious. With its smooth, buttery, fresh flavor and springy texture, Tronchon is a longtime family favorite in Spain. It goes great with green Spanish olives and a fruity red Rioja.
Made from pasteurized cow, goat, and sheep's milk.
Photo depicts whole 5 lb. form of cheese.
We cut and wrap this item by the 1/2 pound.
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