Sexten is the village of the Three Peaks, and here is produced the real Sextner cheese after rural, craft preion, as ever!
We offer to you here a loaf of approx. 3 kg. of a real Sextner pole cheese, made after traditional preion, of daily freshly put raw milk and high-class-checked rennet. The Sextner Pole cheese is a mild, decent cut-cheese with small regular punching whose ripening period amounts at least 4 weeks. The bark was improved with "Brevibacterium linens".
The Sextner pole, as it is called, is also suited very well as a grill cheese: a thick slice of it briefly done on the grill allow to brown on both sides, and ready is the delicacy; not to imagine as not existing as an addition to polenta with mushrooms or simply as good "Brettljause" occasionally any more.
On sale all cheese pieces are freshly cut and packed subsequently airtight under gap. Thus we guarantee for full quality and a safe transport at your home.
Toblacher pole cheese dairy Three Peaks, mild decent cut-cheese, matured at least 6 weeks.
The thin bacon is won the pork leg without fat and skin. The maturity of the thin bacon up to the right cut firmness takes place in the Sarntaler mountain air.
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.
A mild-spicy cheese which entices with its aromatic and mediterranean taste
Grease-free cooking ham the upper bowl of the pig made. By the careful cooking and burning incense the ham remains very juicy. The crust is refined intensely with rosemary, which creates a delicate and harmonic taste.
Comb ham is also known as a cervical ham or in Italy as "a Coppa". With its slightly streaky meat structure the ham tastes especially mildly and juicy. He is cut best of all paper-thin and gives a fine mark to salads.