Friday, July 13, 2018

sbrinz -

Sbrinz is a very hard textured cheese from Switzerland that is produced using raw cow's milk and through a long ripening process. This cheese is produced in 42 cheese factories in the Swiss valleys and mountains.

Sbrinz cheese is one of Switzerland's oldest cheeses. This cheese has been produced since Roman times and brought to the Roman city of Switzerland as a stock for the Roman soldiers. This cheese is referred to as Caseus Helveticus by Gaius Plinius Secundus or Pliny in his writing in early AD.

This cheese is round and weighs between 20 to 45 kilograms. The diameter of the cheese is between 50 to 71 centimeters and about 14 centimeters in height. The skin color of this cheese is golden yellow or brown. The inside of this cheese is pale yellow and dry.