Caciotto di Cirella di Platì cheese
Caciotto di Cirella di Platì is made with whole, unpasteurised cows. milk. The rind is thin, shiny, pale yellow. Sweet and buttery after a medium maturation period, it becomes spicy if left for longer. It can be matured from 2-3 days to a few months in a cool and ventilated properly. Produced usually from November to July in the lower side of the Ionian Reggio Aspromonte, and particularly in Cirella di Platì, Ciminà and Antonimina in the Italian province of Reggio Calabria.
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