Queso de Cantabria
Queso de Cantabria, the creamy cheese which is being found in the coastal region of Cantabrian in Cantabria in the northern part of Spain. Its texture is too soft that it will melt in your mouth with buttery aroma. Obviously by leaving the smooth flavour of creamy cheese with some extent of bitterness. The first recipe of this cheese was being introduced in 1647. The aging time is about a week. It is of bright yellow colour, with flat and waxy rind. The milk of Friesian and Santanderian cows is being used to produced this cheese. The shape given to this wheel is some-what cylindrical, or sometimes in the form of bar.