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copy of White Cacio


One of the oldest and most well-known semi-cured cheeses in Southern Italy, its name - Caciocavallo - originates from the habit of transhumant shepherds of hanging Caci, tied in pairs, on the backs of horses.

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Semi-seasoned cheese with a heart of butter. Burrino (also called Butirro or Manteca) was created mainly to extend the storage time of butter when the refrigerators were not yet imaginable, by inserting it inside the cheese. The classic example of "making a virtue of necessity". This "tender" tradition has come down to us!

Caseificio Fratelli Starace

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Entirely included in the list of traditional Italian agri-food products, the colomba is an expression of the Easter confectionery tradition. Using only mother yeast, combined with the key ingredients of the ancient original recipe, our colomba is distinguished by a delicate hydroalcoholic bath (14 ° vol) with a dual function: preservative and flavoring. It keeps the taste unaltered and gives aroma and softness.

Forno Cinque Sensi

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Emigrant Cheese Spicy (Half)


Semi-cured cheese typical of the Vallo di Diano, with a "clandestine" heart inside. Memory of the past, Cacio Emigrante dates back to the times of our great-grandparents, who were forced to go overseas in search of work. Wanting to bring with them the flavors of home and their land, to overcome the strict American customs controls, they decided to "hide" the salami inside the caciocavallo.

Caseificio Fratelli Starace

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