The timeless charm of the tropical Azores, an archipelago off the coast of Portugal, is captured in Azores Flores, a new cheese produced on Flores Island, one of the region’s smallest and easternmost locales. The islands were an ancient port for trade ships traveling between Europe, India, and America, and their dairies have long been known for the quality of their cheesemaking. This light-bodied, creamy pasteurized cow’s milk cheese is named for the abundance of flowers and fauna covering Flores Island. Crafted in 18-pound wheels and aged 90 days, it has a well-balanced flavor and clean finish.
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