- Animal Rennet
- Age: 2 Weeks
- Cow Milk
- Sheep Milk
- by Caseificio Dell' Alta Langa
Robiola Bosina is an Italian cheese from the Piedmont region made with “due latte,” or two milks. The combination of cow and sheep’s milk gives this buttery cheese a creamy, silky texture and mild notes of button mushrooms, sea salt, and fresh cream. Ideal as a substitute for similar cheeses like Brie, Robiola Bosina is best enjoyed with a glass of Prosecco and a dollop of Sidehill Farm Raspberry Jam or a drizzle of Mieli Thun Millefiori Wildflower Honey.
- Robiola Bosina is made from an unusual cow-and-sheep milk blend. In Italian, this type of cheese is called "due latte" meaning "two milks." * It has a unique square shape, and is based on the D.O.P. (name-protected) cheese Robiola Di Roccaverano. * Robiola Bosina is a young cheese that’s only aged for a few weeks. However, as it ages, it becomes more creamy and runny, and develops a more potent flavor. * Robiola encompasses a family of cheeses that have different profiles and textures, from fresh and bloomy to washed rind varieties. * This version is similar to Brie in texture, but with half the butterfat content.
Aromas of ripe peaches and tropical fruit dominate, along with floral, perfumed accents.