Multiple award winner Payoyo cheese is a type of cheese made from the milk of Payoya goats in Villaluenga del Rosario and other mountain areas of the Sierra de Grazalema, in Cadiz, Andalusia. It began production in 1997 and has become a staple of Spanish delicatessen. The term payoyo is the demonym for Villaluenga del Rosario.
Whole-milk cheese with enzymatic coagulation, very light in colour due to its natural rind, very creamy, nutty flavour, matured for at least 35 days, slightly acidic and tasty. Perfect to enjoy some tapas.