Zillertaler Gold cheese
- Zillertaler Gold is named after its golden colour which it acquires during the smoking process and after its origin in the Zillertaler valley.
- Hard, smoked.
Aroma and taste
- Aromatic, smoky and slightly sweet.
Strength and texture
- Matured for a minimum of 12 weeks, it has a smooth texture with regular cherry-sized holes.
Shape, weight and size
- Produced in blocks weighing about 3kg and measuring 35cm x 9.5cm x 9.5 cm.
Zillertaler Gold - the traditional Emmentaler - is smoked to give it a mild smoky aroma according to an ancient recipe. The unique flavour of the cheese derives from the ancient practice of heating milk over a wooden fire. The cheese is yellow in colour with a golden brown rind. Storage life is 40 days.
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