Sottocenere al Tartufo is an Italian cheese with Truffles
This gourmet cow's milk cheese is covered in an ash rind, giving it a distinctive color.
Savor this rich cheese with slivers of black truffle on a charcuterie board with prosciutto and salami.
Mitica Sottocenere al Tartufo is a semi-soft cheese from Veneto, Italy. Its name literally means "under ash," which refers to how the cheese is covered in a layer of ash while it ages. Spices like nutmeg, coriander, cinnamon, cloves, and fennel are also added to the rind to lock in flavor and aroma. But the main tasting notes of this creamy, earthy type of cheese come from black truffles.
Sottocenere cheese is excellent for melting in grilled cheese, mac and cheese, risotto, and other recipes. Or enjoy it sliced on a cheese board with fresh or dried fruit. Pair this savory gourmet cheese with a glass of Italian Barbera wine.
Cow's milk (pasteurized), rennet, salt, black truffle, cinnamon, nutmeg, licorice, fennel, cloves, anise, white truffle oil, rennet (animal)
13 Lbs (average)
Product of Italy