Thursday, April 23, 2015

Castello Cheese

I recently got to review Castello which makes a variety of cheeses since 1893 with natural ingredients and paying a great attention to detail. I was sent Harvarti Caraway which is a creamy, mild, semi firm cheese with a buttery, aromatic and caraway flavor; Caraway is a blend of Anise and fennel.
Harvati Dill which is a creamy, mild and semi-firm cheese; with mild dill and a buttery flavor which is slightly tangy and aromatic cheese taste you can see the dill through the cheese distributed evenly.
Harvarti Creamy which is creamy, mild and semi-firm. The taste is pure, mild and acidulous, and it appears rind less; white to yellowish. The cheese has a soft and creamy consistency that is also easy to slice. As it matures, the taste develops more character. 

My Opinion: I like them all the flavors but I love the Harvarti Creamy the best as it is milder and makes a nice grilled cheese sandwich and tops crackers nicely.
We pride ourselves on the continuous passion for discovery and cheese making heritage shown by Rasmus Tholstrup and all our other master cheese-makers to this day. We’ve never been content to just make the standard cheeses, but instead have tried to be creative by using ingredients and techniques from all over the world, giving each cheese a unique flavor and texture. 

Disclaimer: I was in no way compensated for this review and this is solely my own opinion which may differ from yours.

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