• Iberico

    Manchego D.O.P. Gran Valle de Montecelo

    Manchego Gran Valle de Montecelo comes from the most awarded dairy in la Mancha, being the most awarded Manchego in the World Championship Cheese Contest in Wisconsin and can look back on three generation of cheese making history.

  • Iberico

    Iberico Bonvallis

    The blend of milks allows it to obtain the grassy, herbaceous flavors of the goat’s and sheep’s milk while maintaining the smoothness of cow’s milk. This firm cheese is mild, yet tasty and aromatic.

  • Iberico

    Natural Bonvallis Quince Paste

    Quince paste is called Membrillo in Spanish. The word membrillo derives from Latin melimelum, which means honey apple and refers to quince or a preserve made of quince. Quince paste is a traditional Spanish delicacy since medieval times.

  • Iberico

    Bonvallis Marcona Almonds

    Spanish Marcona Almonds are the most appreciated of all varieties. Crunchy and smooth, Marcona Almonds are native to Spain and are considered as a delicacy worldwide making them available in very limited supplies.

  • Iberico

    Picos

    Picos are little sticks of crunchy bread, very typical from Andalucía. This traditional and very popular product is all natural, made of flour, extra virgin olive oil, water, yeast and salt.

  • Iberico

    Figs and Almonds Cake

    This traditional energy bar of Spain its handcraft made without additives or preservatives following a 200 years old family recipe. It’s made only with Spanish figs, which are much better than the Turkish ones, due to their natural sweetness.

About us

Quorum Internacional is a Spanish cheese manufacturers’ association aimed at preserving and supporting the traditional art of Spanish cheese making.

We and our associates guarantee direct access to a large range of specialities carefully manufactured in the different regions of Spain. Unique cheeses elaborated using age-old production methods, fresh milk from local breeds, combined with the distinctive vegetation and climate of each region.

The great majority of cheeses have Denomination of Origin status “D.O. cheese”, which means it falls into the highest category of cheese in Spain. D.O. cheeses from various regions, valleys, mountains and islands, made by residents for centuries using fresh milk from local breeds. Production processes, the breeds involved and the final cheeses are subject to strict, on-going quality controls defined by law. D.O. cheeses can be recognized by the numbered seal stating: Consejo Regulador Denominación de Origen (Denomination of Origin).