The Caciocavallo Ragusano PDO is a pasta filata cheese typical from Sicily. The particularity of this cheese lies in the raw materials used and in its processing: made from raw cow’s milk, obtained through a spinning process using hot water at 70-80ºC. We recommend that you try it on its own or as an ingredient in typical local dishes.
The Piacentinu Ennese DOP is a hard cheese, made from sheep’s milk, short or medium-aged and produced in the area of Enna, Sicily. The particularity of this cheese is in how it is produced: in fact, during processing, saffron and black pepper corns are added to the paste. This product is a cornerstone of local cuisine, ideal to enjoy it on its own.
The Provola dei Nebrodi is a type of caciocavallo, a pasta filata cheese produced with raw cow’s milk and lamb or goat curd; the product is native to the Nebrodi Mountains in the province of Messina (Sicily).