Cheese bliss the Upper Venosta Valley (Val Venosta/Vinschgau)
The highest mountain in South Tyrol's Alps lends Mila Ortler Cheese its name. It is made exclusively pure fresh milk of the Upper Venosta Valley, and is produced in accordance with time-honoured traditions.
After about 60 days of ripening, Mila Ortler Cheese forms an uneven brown rind. Its firm consistency, irregular eyes, distinctive milky flavour and mild aroma add up to a unique South Tyrol specialty cheese that is both satisfying and versatile.
The Pustertaler Salamini Villgrater are produced of beef and pork in the physical white frost procedure, are mildly spiced, with light red wine taste and afterwards dried in home mountain air.
Pure taste, with a special bitter note due to the best quality Chinese bark, flowery smell and persistent recency - this is the Indian Dry - Tonic Water. It maximises the taste of high quality mixed drinks and is suitable for a wide range of cocktails.
The production of "Schüttelbrot" begins with the preparation of a very soft dough. After short rest time the baker with skilled hand forms round dough-forms which weigh according to size of the end product between 50 and 200 gr...