"We give to the nature the time which it needs to the tyre!"
With the Bresaola we mean an air-dried cattle ham Italy, the taste a little milder and more softly than the Swiss "Bündnerfleisch".
The Bresaola is better known to us as stored, raw cattle ham. To reach a well-balanced product, we use the so-called "Weißscherzel" (girello) the cattle leg. After a brine time of 4 weeks, the bresaola is stored in our natural stone cellars at controlled temperature and air humidity. Besides, we place big value of the natural development of the Potrity (=natural noble mould). The Potrity is the blossom for us and at the same time the sign for the maturity of the product. Of course this mould is removed after concluded ripe process. This happens with brushes in the dry state.
Cutting in fine slices, with thinly planed Parmesan stripes, some balm vinegar and olive oil the Breasaola is an Antipasto which searches his equals.
Also good on a "Brettljause" (Tyrolean plate with typical specialities like speck, smoked sausages, ecc.) the Bresaola should not be missing.
Smoked expert hand - made for gourmets, fine and light food for each, mildly spicy and smoked with beechwood, Frankfurters are very nutritious and fast prepared for children at every season.
Kofler Speck is a South Tyrolean family enterprise with passion for bacon, sausages and meat products. After traditional and transmitted recipe refined generations and with very modern processing technologies we produce for over 30 years decent bacon, spicy Kaminwurzen (smoked sausages), Gselchtes (smoked cattle ham) and other high-class specialities.
South Tyrolean ham bacon Nocker G.G.A - Smoked, matured for at least 6 months., vacuum, weight approx. 600 gr.
In our native country Italy, garlic is a key ingredient in most recipes. Whether fresh or processed, it surely gives a special flavour to a dish or a snack. Our Family Happys with garlic are therefore meant as a culinary bridge between the traditional South Tyrolean food and the Mediterranean flair of the Italian cuisine
Lightly-baked, crunchy rye bread in small format. As a rule, our South Tyrolean Mini-Schüttelbrot is eaten between meals (during a so-called 'Jause' or 'Brotzeit') or rather during a light afternoon meal (the South Tyrolean 'Marende'). It makes of course a perfect accompaniment to wine and beer.