Juan Luna offers platters with five or six cheeses so that our customers can savour the different tastes available.
Juan Luna offers platters with five or six cheeses so that our customers can savour the different tastes available. Once you’ve decided how many types of cheese you want to serve, you can select them based on the following factors:
- Cheeses from a specific region, to appreciate the variety of the same PDO area.
- Cheeses of a single type of milk, for example, only cow’s milk or sheep’s milk, etc., but from different areas to appreciate the differences even though they’re from the same source.
- Cheeses from the same family, such as blue cheeses if you like vibrant emotions from different places.
- You can serve them on a big or small cheese board with separate sections or in a fan shape to prevent them from sticking together.
- The cheeses should be served at room temperature. The difference in taste and consistency is quite sharp between 0 – 8 degrees.
- You can make names tags for the cheeses, but the description is usually on the packaging anyway.
Cold cut platters:
- Iberian ham or cured pork loin or both.
- White cold cuts, i.e. without paprika. Fuet, salchichón, etc.
- Red cold cuts, a succulent chorizo or similar.
- Serve the cold cuts already sliced.
- Just like cheeses, they should be served at room temperature.
- Make sure you take them out from the fridge well before serving. It’s best to serve red cold cuts separate from others, as they tend to shed their colour a bit.