The milk used to make this cheese, is that of the cow and the amount of cow agerolese (from Agerola) is not inferior to 20%. This breed created in Agerola in the middle of the 19° century is fruit of a series of attempts from the borboni to improve the cattle breed of defective origin. On the Lattari mounts , because of the isolation of these places, these genetic features fixed better giving origin to the breed of the cow agerolese, characterized by an haughty quality of the milk used for both Provolone of the Monaco and for “Fior di Latte”.
The characteristic of the pastures of the Lattari Mounts, place of election for the production of this cheese, and the seasoning environment, characterize the aroma of the provolone of the Monaco that is exalted from the length of the period of seasoning. The external aspect of the cheese is characterized from the hazelnut colour and/or reddish crust. The consistency to the tact introduces a semi hard paste from the typical milk and hay odour.
INGREDIENTS: Raw cow's milk, veal and kid rennet, salt.
For allergens see ingredients in bold.