Amarelo comes from the Beira Baixa region of Portugal. It is made from unpasteurised, raw sheep and goat milk. It has a distinctive aroma, sharp but pleasant taste, and buttery tangy flavour. Its flavour is rustic and strong like Portugal’s sea salt. Its texture goes from medium-soft and slightly gooey to semi-hard. It tastes great with Pinor Noir or red wines.

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