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Queseria Main

Sotres, Spain
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Aula del queso cabrales, visita una queseria donde te ensenaremos como se hace el queso cabrales visita una cueva natural donde madura y disfruta de una degustacion de quesos, sidra, mermeladas y dulce de manzana. podras aprender muchas cosas sobre las costumbres de los pastores de picos de europa.
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RaeidNamaste wrote a review Jul 2019
Dusseldorf, Germany149 contributions30 helpful votes
Excellent Cheese from Goat Milk (Cabra) and strong aged cheese from cow (vacca). Extremely friendly owners, explaining everything about their cheeses in detail! Thank you!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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FilipaDaniela wrote a review Jul 2018
Porto, Portugal313 contributions54 helpful votes
Went there by chance and we did not enjoy the visit (no booking made and no time!) but we had the opportunity to try some samples. The products are amazing and the cider is very tasty as well. It was worth the visit.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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ToanPhilippines wrote a review Jul 2017
Taguig City, Philippines41 contributions21 helpful votes
The tour explains the process to produce Cabrales cheese and it includes the visit to a cave where the cheese madurates and a cheese tasting, is really interesting specially for families with kids.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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LeKj wrote a review Aug 2016
33 contributions10 helpful votes
We were a group of 13 including children and mostly enjoyed this visit. The explanation at the small factory itself was a bit disappointing but this was because we were not guided around by the patron but by his English-speaking niece instead. However the visit to the cave was very nice, obviously you should be able to stand the strong smell of cheese. Finally we were happily surprised by a tasting of the 3 delicious cheeses with some cider, very nicely presented outside. I really recommend this visit!
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Date of experience: August 2016
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