Carboncino is an Italian cheese hailing from Piedmont. It has a charcoal-coated rind that hides its silky and soft interior. The cheese is made from cow, goat, and sheep milk, resulting in a unique flavor. When young, Carboncino has a light and spongy texture, and as it matures, the interior develops a consistency that's almost liquid.
INGREDIENTS: Pasteurized cow MILK, pasteurized goat MILK, pasteurized sheep MILK, pasteurized CREAM, salt, rennet. Coloring agent: carbo vegetabilis.
For allergens see ingredients in bold.