Produced with cow milk pasteurized at 72°C, craft beer and selected enzymes are then added, along with calf rennet.
The cheese is first dried in refrigerating rooms at constant temperatures, and then placed in airtight crates with hops dust.
Temperature and humidity cycles are then carried out up to eight times a day, to ensure the seasoning slows down and the cheese keeps its softness even for a few months, yet acquiring the scent and the fragrance of a typical long-term seasoning cheese.
The cheese presents a straw-coloured white paste, with slight holes. The flavour is delicate with a slight aromatic aftertaste that becomes much more persistent as the seasoning goes on.
|12 – 20 cm
|180 days from date of seasoning
|refrigerated below 8°C