Сheese "Le Superbe" Sbrinz
Reviews of purchase "Le Superbe" Sbrinz
Yellow cheese with a cream shade.
Cheese is inherent in a well-balanced, full-bodied and delicate at the same time, a moderately salty and slightly sweet, spicy taste with a hint of nuts, milk and spices.
Cheese has an interesting and pleasant, well-defined aroma with notes of milk, nuts, spices, herbs and meadow flowers.
Cheese is served as part of a cheese plate as an appetizer or dessert. It is added to pizza, carpaccio, risotto and pasta, crushed into small pieces with the use of bread and butter. Sbrinz make a wonderful couple with champagne, dry red wines Merlot, Barbera and Cabernet Sauvignon, as well as the white Chardonnay.
Emmi, Sbrinz - flavored cheese with a grainy superhard crumbly texture and a delicate flavor. Sbrinz (Sbrynts), which is a Swiss national pride, is one of the greatest and oldest cheeses in the world. Historians believe that the first time about it in his memoirs, relating to 23-79 years in BC, mentioned by Pliny the Elder, when told about Swiss cheese. It is believed that the incredibly popular Italian Parmigiano Reggiano has been created on the basis of the Romans borrowed the recipe Sbrinz cheese. It is difficult to confirm the accuracy of the various historical hypotheses, but thanks to the written sources it is known that in the 16th century sbrinz well known in Europe.
There are two versions to explain the name of the cheese. According to one Sbrinz is derived from the word Sbrinzo, which is the language of the ancient Germanic tribe of the Lombards, who lived in the north of Italy, meaning "hard cheese". The second and more common assumption connects the product name from the village Brienz (Brienz) from the Swiss canton of Bern.
Sbrinz - cheese with controlled origin, which is produced in the central areas of Switzerland from unpasteurized milk of local cows without the use of any additives. The minimum aging period of cheese - 16 months, but experts believe that the more interesting it becomes sbrinz aged 2 years.
100 grams of cheese contains 33 grams of fat and 30 grams of protein. Energy value of 429-430 kcal.
Lustenberger & Dürst SA is a well-known Swiss company, whose history began in 1862. The main factors of its success are the production of high-quality cheeses from natural raw materials with the use of old recipes and modern technologies.
Local natural milk is processed according to traditional recipes handed down from generation to generation. Also, the quality of the Lustenberger & Dürst cheeses is influenced by the unique weather and climatic conditions of the Alpine mountains.
The company includes several brands that produce cheese under their own name, in particular, Le Superbe.