Fresh Robiola 100g


Robiola is an Italian style of cheese that materializes around the Piedmont region in many forms, many times lightly ripened and made from different proportions of goat, sheep or cow's milk. This is the most elemental version: pure cow's milk in its softest, most spreadable form. Shaped into cubes that range from the white of fresh snow to a bloomy pale rose color, these fresh blocks should be cut into to enjoy the creamy interior. Italy's version of cream cheese, Robiola's sweet cream flavors make it an ideal partner to fruity strawberry preserves.

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Milk Type
Rennet Type
2 Weeks
100 g

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  • Cider

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