Brisighella Lo Stanco with raw milk
Lo Stanco is a cheese made with raw milk, produced from fresh Italian milk from Emilia Romagna, with a soft texture and an edible bloomy rind. With a thin rind and a creamy, delicate flavour, this cheese tends to lose its shape during the aging process, and it is from this that it gets its name, “stanco”, meaning “tired”. Characterised by its white colour, soft consistency and sweet, delicate flavour.
Origin of the MILK: ITALY
Fresh raw MILK, rennet, selected lactic cultures, Cervia natural sea salt, penicillium candidum.
May contain traces of: MILK and milk-based products (including lactose).