This 100 day aged cheese is a blend of cow, sheep and goat’s milk from La Mancha; prior to 1985, it was also considered a Manchego cheese. Though the texture and appearance are similar to Manchego, the flavor exhibits characteristics of all three milks. It is rich and buttery and finishes with a perfect balance. Campo is always made with a minimum of 40% goat and sheep milk, giving it more flavor. It recently won Bronze in its category at the 2015 World Cheese Awards.