Dutch farmhouse cheese with herbs in Malaga.

Small farmhouse gouda cheese with herbs

Artisan gouda cheese with herbs.

These small and delicious cheeses with herbs are ideal to surprise someone with, but of course also to use yourself on a cheeseboard or to process in a recipe, but also delicious on bread.

Our small herb cheeses are made in the same artisanal way as our large 12 kg cheese wheels.

In our Craxi cheese shop in Malaga, we can cut the cheese into two parts for you and vacuum pack it. The cheese can be kept in the vacuum pack for at least 2 months in the refrigerator. Once the vacuum pack is opened, the cheese can be kept in the refrigerator for another 2 weeks in the special cheese paper that comes with it.

The price of a small Gouda cheese with herbs.

For our small artisan gouda cheeses with herbs, the price is indicated per kilo. On average, these cheeses weigh between 900 and 950 grams. In the shop, they are weighed individually and the price of the small cheese is calculated according to the weight.

For example, if you buy a small cheese with herbs weighing 0.900 grams, you will pay 17.28 euros per cheese.

Assortment of small “kilo” cheeses with herbs.

Maturation 2 monthsWeightPrice
Chives & garden herbskilo€ 19,20
Stinging nettlekilo€ 19,20
Fenugreekkilo€ 19,20
Honey cloverkilo€ 19,20
Cuminkilo€ 19,20
Cumin & Cloveskilo€ 19,20
Peppers, onions, and garlickilo€ 19,20
Pestokilo€ 19,20
Tomato, onion, and chiveskilo€ 19,20

Are you a fan of cheeses that matured for more than 2 months? Compared to big cheeses, small cheeses mature faster, so if you like aged cheese, you can let them mature at home. If you want to do this, place the whole cheese in a cool place until it has the desired hardness. Rotate the cheese once a week.

If you have any questions, please contact us via the contact form on the website.

Or visit our Craxi farmhouse cheese shop in Malaga, address Mercado Merced, Calle Merced, 4, 29012 Malaga, Spain.

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