Inticina (Cheeseo “Inticina”)

Inticina is a traditional cheese from the Bolzano region in Italy. It is a type of cheese that is made from cow’s milk and has a unique flavor and texture. This cheese can be found in various towns and communes of Bolzano, including Bolzano itself, Merano, and Bressanone.

In Bolzano, you can find Inticina cheese at local cheese shops such as Caseificio Sociale di Bolzano and Latteria Sociale Bolzano. These shops offer a wide range of local cheeses, including Inticina, which is a popular choice among locals and tourists alike.

Merano is another town where you can find Inticina cheese. Local stores like Latteria Merano and Caseificio Merano are known for their selection of high-quality cheeses, including Inticina.

Bressanone is also a great place to find Inticina cheese. Shops like Latteria Bressanone and Caseificio Bressanone offer a variety of local cheeses, including this traditional cheese.

Inticina cheese is recognized with the PAT (Traditional Agri-Food Products) recognition, which guarantees its authenticity and traditional production methods. Some specifications of Inticina cheese include:

– Made from cow’s milk
– Aged for a minimum of 60 days
– Has a semi-hard texture and a slightly nutty flavor
– Produced using traditional methods passed down through generations

Sources:
– “Cheese Alto Adige” – https://www.Cheesealtoadige.it/
– “Prodotti Agroalimentari Tradizionali” – https://www.prodottitipici.it/