Kefalograviera is one of the newer Greek cheeses. Production was started in the 1960s and it has quickly become a favourite table cheese. The taste of this hard cheese is salty, somewhere between kefalotyri and graviera, hence the name. It is made from sheep’s milk and has a sweet and fruity taste. While prized as a table cheese (appetizer, meze), kefalograviera can also be used in saganaki (fried cheese), as a roasted cheese, or grated.