Bianchina di Capra
¥ 1,650 ¥ 1,782 incl. tax
“Bianchina di Capra” is a semi hard cheese made from Sardenian goat milk. Aged for more than two months, it has the topical tang of goat milk soften by its delicate flavor, reminiscent of hazelnuts. This unique taste becomes more complex when you pair it with sweet food such as jam, honey or fruits.
Average nutritional values per 100 g
Guaranteed minimum of days until expiration after shipping: 30 Days
Goat cheese is characterized by its slight acid and a refreshing taste, as well as by its brittle and fragile texture. Goat milk contains smaller fat globules compared to cow’s milk, making it easy to digest.
Cheeses are classified into soft, semi-hard, and hard cheeses depending on their water content. Semi-hard cheeses aging varies between one to six months, a process giving them a slightly hard and mild flavor. As these types of cheese melt easily when heated, they are very well suited for everyday use such as a panini ingredient or grated cheese in cooking.
In Sardinia, which faces the sea but has a lot of dry land, sheep farming is so popular that it is said that there are more sheep than humans. This is due to land and labor costs, Italy’s oldest cheese Pecorino Romano DOP is now produced in Sardinia, despite it being called Roman Pecorino. However it is still certified as Protected Designation of Origin.