Campo de Montalban is a semi-firm to firm Spanish cheese made from a blend of cows', sheeps' and goats' milk in La Mancha. Campo is in fact a cousin to Manchego and pairs well with the same wines and fruit (and quince paste too!). The cheese is slightly dry with a nice texture. The three milk blend cheese was created in 1985 and the biggest distinction between Campo and Manchego is the blends of milk in Campo as opposed to Manchego's sheep's milk only.
Cow, goat and sheep's milk, rennet, salt, enzymes, lysozyme, (contains egg)
We purchased our sample at Whole Foods Market but you can check your local cheese shop. It is also available online at Gourmet-Foods.com as well as Zabar's.
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