Like many central Portuguese cheeses, Cabra Raiano is made from raw goat's milk, but you wouldn't know it from looking at it, and you might even miss it in its taste if you don't pay attention. According to the highly trusted source of Google Translate, Cabra Raiano actually means "goat frontier." Similar to an extra-creamy taleggio, it's gooey, smooth, and bitter, unlike most goat cheeses, which are more solid, velvety, and sour. But the goatiness just barely comes across in the cheese's faint tartness. It spreads easily and melts slowly in your mouth.