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Sometimes going with a tried and true cheese that has already won awards is the way to go and that is what you get when you go with Boschetto Al Tartufo Bianchetto. The harmony between the pronounced flavor of glorious white truffle and the delicate sweetness of the tender cow and sheep's milk paste are just two of the reasons why this cheese was voted one of the best in the 1998 Cheese Show in France.
Boschetto Al Tartufo Bianchetto is a sweet and mild cheese made from the blend of cow's and sheep's milk. This cheese is produced by the Il Forteto Cooperative in the Tuscan town of Mugello, Italy. Cow's and sheep's milk are combined with truffle, and aged for less than sixty days, so it is very fresh. The cheese and the truffle complement each other beautifully: sweet, savory, pleasantly briny cheese, and woodsy, garlicky truffle, with neither overpowering the other.
Mixed throughout are shavings of rare white truffles which builds character in the cheese by providing rustic and earthy undertones in the flavor. This ensures that even if the chunk of cheese you get does not have a truffle in it, the flavor is infused throughout. What a treat to have truffles in your cheese, giving it that something extra special and extra bit of unique taste. Its semi-soft, pleasantly toothsome texture will bring about a sigh of relief and an exclamation of, "Ah, nice!" upon tasting.
The mild aroma and creamy texture of the cheese along with the mushroomy taste of the truffles create a harmonious blend of fresh and rustic flavors. Pair this Boschetto Al Tartufo Bianchetto with a nice fruity red wine for a perfect combination to enjoy anytime.
Are you a foodie like me, always looking for something different to tantalize your taste buds? Well look no further than a wedge of Moliterno Italian Cheese Aged 6 months with Truffles.
What’s so special about this cheese you ask? Well for one, the cheese gets its name from the town where it originates, in the Basilicata region of Italy. This cheese is also special because it is a sheep cheese made by blending a small percentage of goat’s milk into it as well. The cheese goes through a tender and loving process where it is formed in a basket over 24 hours and then left to age. But it is not ignored during the aging process; instead the cheese is constantly rubbed with olive oil to help it retain its moisture, adding a little tender loving care to the process. There are three classifications of this cheese that are based on its maturity. It can be “primitive,” which means it was aged between 2 and 6 months, “mature,” if it was aged at least 6 months, and “extra,” to denote a cheese aged at least 1 full year.
But what is really special about this Moliterno Italian cheese is the delicious truffles that are studded throughout the cheese. What a treat to have truffles in your cheese, giving it that something extra special and extra bit of unique taste. Unlike most cheeses that contain truffles, in the Moliterno Italian Cheese, the truffles are not added until the cheese is well aged. This ensures that even if the chunk of cheese you get does not have a truffle in it, the flavor is infused throughout.
The flavor is rich and salty with a strong bite and crumbles with a rich golden color. Pair this Moliterno Italian Cheese Aged 6 months with Truffles with a nice fruity red wine for a perfect combination to enjoy anytime.
For all cheese lovers out there, there is a new ‘block’ in town. Whether you like it plain or in a dairy dish, cheese is a part of the wide range of dairy delicacies and can be added to any of your favorites. Now you can enhance your taste buds with a unique twist with CasArrigoni Cheese.
An all time favorite is to invite my friends over for a night of wine and cheese tasting. Now I can finally do it the right way with this eclectic range of choices from CasArrigoni Cheese. This cheese is unlike any other. Due to its aging process taken place in the highest of mountains in the country of Italy, this cheese is only the finest of them all. This imported delicacy can now be added to all of your dinner/wine tasting parties. The hardest part might be choosing which type of CasArrigoni Cheese you will enjoy the most!
Let your palate run wild with these different types of CasArrigoni Cheese. If you are interested in a cheese that gives you a soft texture and a divine dairy taste while having a nice surprise of apricot and almond, the CasArrigoni Rosso Imperiale Blue Cheese with Grape Pomace is the choice you would want to make. This bold blend of dairy cheese, nuts and fruits coming together in just one bite, allows you to enjoy all the different flavors of the world. Similarly, the CasArrigoni Belzeblu Gorgonzola Il Dolce Piccante spices up your palate with a distinctive taste of chili pepper. While the CasArrigoni Roccolo Cave Aged Cheese was aged in the depths of a cave, this earthy taste and appearance will go great with all types of red wines. In addition to this, the CasArrigoni Nero Imperiale Roccolo Balsamico Cheese also has this earthy aged feel to it while being infused with the elegant flavor of balsamic vinegar, which gives the cheese this sweet/sour taste all in one bite.
Dare to be bold, spicy and earthy all at once with CasArrigoni Cheese.