The Bagoss is a semi-fat cheese made from raw milk and an extra hard paste. It is product from Bagolino in the province of Brescia. This cheese is special thanks to the saffron that is added during its production. This makes it unique and ideal to taste it on its own.
The Bettelmat is a fatty cheese with a low to medium ageing, semi-hard paste, produced in Piedmont. The Bettelmatt is obtained through the processing of raw, whole milk from Italian Brown cows. Due to its particular characteristics, it is best to taste this cheese on its own or together with polenta or gnocchi. It is ideal in combination with local red wines or aromatic ones.
The Nduja from Spilinga is a salami made from pork meat, produced in Calabria. The singularity of this product is in its ingredients and its consistency: the casing is prepared by adding chilli pepper from Calabria and without any preservatives. Its soft texture makes it perfect to spread on bread or to use it as a main ingredient in typical local dishes.
The smoked scamorza from Campania is a pasta filata, smoked cheese made of cow’s milk, aged 15 days. It is a typical product from Campania, recognised by the Ministry of Agriculture as a traditional regional product. It is perfect to enjoy on its own or as an ingredient of warm or cold dishes.
The white baby scamorza from Campania is a pasta filata cheese made from cow’s milk, aged 15 days. It is a typical product from Campania, recognised by the Ministry of Agriculture as a traditional regional product. It is perfect to enjoy on its own or as an ingredient of warm or cold dishes.