Tuesday, July 7, 2009 - 6:35 am
By nickR

Valdeon is a salty, tangy, Blue cheese from Spain made from cow and goat’s milk.  It might cause you to cough, like a sharp, hardened Chevre cheese. A child might even characterize the Valdeon as ‘spicy’.  It’s a cheese you can’t have more than a few tastes of even if you consider yourself a cheese lover.  It’s taste is complex, beyond strong, and it is far more of a crumbly cheese than an Epoisses or Brie, but far softer than a Parmesan.  It’s wrapped in Sycamore leaves which affect the flavor of the cheese but don’t cause much difficulty in eating it.  I recommend it, but only in small doses.

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