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Mitica Rhododendron Honey

Rhododendron Honey has a rich, full and earthy flavor with a lingering finish, the Rhododendron Honey pairs well with cheeses like Pecorino Ginepro, or Leonora.

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Divina Crostini Sea Salt and Rosemary

Whether you create a quick and delicious appetizer or enjoy them straight from the bag, you are sure to fall in love with these crunchy, addictive Italian crostini, or “little toasts”. Made with delicate sea salt and scented with aromatic rosemary, they are delicious topped with goat cheese and fig jam, hummus, or simply served with cheese and wine.

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Divina Crostini Traditional

Italian crostini are crunchy and addictive. Try one straight from the bag and you’ll see why the mouth-watering sea salt recipe makes them perfect for cheese, bruschetta, hummus, and dips or simply snacking.

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Blu di Langa

The Blu di Langa has a bloomy rind of an unusual blue color that encompasses a rich and creamy pasta, in which highlight some (few) veins of blue mold, contrasting with a white creamy paste. It is a mild-flavored cheese and nasal decided, but sweet. No doubt this cheese will appeal to those who think they do not like blue cheese.

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Cravanzina

Hailing from the Alta Langa, an agricultural region famous for Barolo, Barbaresco and Asti wines, Cravanzina is a delicate, voluptuous, soft-ripened cheese that is artisinally hand-made from a careful blend of local cow and sheep’s milk. The flavor is best described as savory, while its texture is very creamy inside beneath a thin, supple crust reminiscent of the triple-crème...

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Casatica di Bufala

Casatica, a buffalo milk cheese, is similar to Stracchino. A soft-ripened cheese, aged for three to five weeks, it has a supple richness. With a creamy interior and a mild and delicate milky sweetness, left to sit, it will virtually ooze on your plate and melt into your mouth.

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Lou Bergier Pichin

This 60-day aged raw milk Toma is produced with thistle flower. The name – literally small mountain shepherd in Occitan – pays tribute to Nonno Magno, Mario Fiandino’s grandfather. The cheese has a delicate aroma with a full flavored creaminess.

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Nocetto di Capra

This cheese is sweet, well balanced, and like velvet on your tongue, with a hint of mushroom and walnut.

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Pepato Aged Quarter

Creamier than other Pecorinos due to the Roman milk, Aged Pepato has whole black peppercorns in it. It is an intense, salty cheese that typically used for grating.

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Testun Di Capra

Goat cheese from Piemonte, is the hardest of cheese from this region because ages from four months to two years. White-yellow paste with a few holes, pronounced taste and flavorful.

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