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To enjoy a delicious cheese platter, it is recommended to place the cheese in the form of a fan, from mild to spicy, and soft to hard. It is ideal to eat the cheese in the following order: first the soft cheeses, then the strong and harder cheeses.

The cheese platter is a very varied dish. It is best to take out the platter from the refrigerator at least half an hour before serving. Keeping it at room temperature will allow you to appreciate its flavors.

If you serve them for dessert, you can use colorful fruits for decoration. It gives a very nice contrast of color and flavor accompanied with the cheeses. The more acidic, like apple, are used to freshen up the palate between cheeses. Strawberries, currants, raspberries, – the fruits of the forest-, are great combined with goat cheese.Bread and crackers should be served separately, to avoid spilling of crumbs on the cheese.



The ideal temperature to store cheese varies from 10 to 14 degrees Celsius. If the refrigerator is too cold, it is advisable to leave it in the bottom shelves of the fridge as it tends to be less cold than the higher areas. Save each different type of cheese in a different container. Remove the cheese from the refrigerator half an hour to two hours before serving depending on the season of the year and the surrounding temperature.


  • Fresh cheeses have a very short shelf life. Keep in a small tupper and wrap in an absorbent kitchen paper towel which will absorb all of the liquid released. Change the paper towel daily.
  • Soft cheeses Preserve in its original packaging. Keep chilled always.
  • Hard cheeses such as Tetilla, Mahon, Idiazabal etc, wrap in several layers of clear plastic wrap. If in a couple of days white spotting or mold occurs remove gently with a knife or soak a paper towel in olive oil and wipe the surface of the cheese.