Colombia’s vibrant coastal regions are home to a culinary gem called Coastal Cheese, or Queso Costeño. This particular type of cheese is prized for its distinct taste, crumbly consistency, and cultural importance. Let’s explore the components, advantages, and cultural background of Queso Costeño, also known as Coastal Cheese.


Traditionally, cow’s milk, salt, and a small amount of naturally occurring acidity are used to make coastal cheese. After draining and curdling, the milk is finally formed into wheels or blocks. Usually, the cheese is aged for a while to give it a unique flavour and texture. Its artisanal production process is highlighted by the simplicity of its ingredients.

Weight 0.34 kg

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