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Casinca Pierucci la filetta

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 A filetta means fern in Corsican. This artisanal cheese decorated with a sprig of fern comes from Isolaccio.which lies 45 km south of the town of Bastia.
This is a rare example of a washed-rind cheese made from goat's milk. It is made in Corsica by the Pierucci family who have been making cheese for several generations. A filetta is a delectable cheese with a slightly crunchy, salty and edible rind coating the soft and supple pate. It is mushroomy, earthy and herbal to taste with a faint hint of the fern spring.

Try with Brockey Red or IPA.

Style of Cheese:Washed Rind
Milk:Ewe
Vegetarian:No
Unpasteurised:Yes

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