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KRINOS Greek Vlahotyri Cheese 500g

Manufacturer: Krinos
Vlahotiri Cheese originally hails from Greece and is aged over 90 days, It's a hard, sheep's milk cheese with a tangy flavour and distinctive medium-sized holes and a spicy, somewhat salty taste.
$12.99
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