The Caciocchiato di Ariano Irpino is a semi-hard, pasta filata cheese, produced with cow’s milk, typical from the locality with the same name in Campania. What distinguishes this cheese is, without a doubt, its appearance: inside you can find small holes called eyes that give this cheese its name (occhiato means with eyes in Italian).
The Provolone del Monaco is a semi-hard cheese with a medium to long ageing, produced in Campania. The most striking feature of this cheese is its ingredient: only milk from Agerolese cows. The name originates from the sack cloth that the shepherds used to wear to protect themselves from the cold on the trip from the hills of Vico Equense to Naples, main market for their products.