<img height='1' width='1' style='display:none' src='https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=525854722307953&ev=PageView&noscript=1' />
EN ▾

Cart Panel

Ibores Goat's Milk Cheese, D.O. - 2.2 Pounds

Image for Ibores Goat's Milk Cheese, D.O. - 2.2 Pounds

Ibores Goat's Milk Cheese, D.O. - 2.2 Pounds

Emblematic of Extremadura | CS-44

All Natural

cs-44 cs-44
Write a review
  • Made of milk from free-range goats
  • Semi-hard texture, slightly sharp flavor
  • Classic product from the Extremadura region
  • Size - 2.2 lbs/1 kg

Ibores cheese is one of the most emblematic products from Extremadura – the rugged and least developed region of Spain. Its flavor is reminiscent of a countryside of vast open wilderness, where rockrose, heather, thyme and thickets grow rampant.

The milk of Serrana, Verata or Retinta goats produce Ibores cheese. The free-range goats are traditionally bred, and turned out free to roam across the arid countryside searching out these aromatic herbs and grasses.

Ibores is a semi-hard dense raw goat’s milk cheese that becomes sharper with age, with little holes throughout. Cured for 60 days, its flavor is mild yet complex, with herbal flavors imparted by the goat's varied diet.

Cheese connoisseur Steven Jenkins remarks that Ibores “is a very agreeable peasanty Spanish regional cheese that holds for me all the allure, simplicity, and richness of flavor that I find so lacking in the 'new' commercial factory cheeses.”


Raw goat's milk, rennet, lactic ferments and salt.

All information listed on our website, including nutrient content information, ingredient lists, and information relating to health claims is for informational purposes only and not provided as medical advice. You should carefully read all information in the actual product packaging and labels, including for food allergen, nutrient content and qualified health claims before using or consuming a product. La Tienda does not assume any liability for inaccuracies or misstatements about products.

Use and Care

This cheese may be refrigerated up to 6 months when unopened, and 3 to 4 weeks after opening. We do not recommend freezing cheese as it degrades the quality of the product.

Spots on the exterior can be wiped off with a cloth lightly dampened with olive oil or can be cut off.

You May Also Need

May We Suggest

The Best of Spain