Caciocavallo is a typical cheese from Puglia and southern Italy in general. It is a cow's milk cheese with a sweet taste that becomes almost spicy when aged for a long time. Excellent with red wines and chestnut honey.
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This Pugliese caciocavallo is a typical cheese made from cow's milk. Its crust is thin and smooth, yellow in color. The paste is homogeneous and compact, white or straw-colored. The taste is sweet and delicate, tends to spicy with increasing aging.
Caciocavallo Bianco Mild is a unique type of cheese from the region of Apulia, with a unique flavor, texture and shape
The process of making it is similar to that for mozzarella. Raw cow's milk is heated and coagulated with calf’s rennet. The curd is cut into walnut-sized pieces and left to stand for several hours until it can be pulled apart in strings.