Due to a longer ageing period, Pustotnik cheese has a characteristic piquant taste and a rich aroma.
During the ripening process, the cheese is gradually losing moisture. This reflects in a dry and relatively hard rind, which is yellowish-brown in colour, as well as in a firm and brittle texture. Pustotnik cheese has a piquant, intense and pungent taste, characteristic of aged cheeses, as well as a clean and prominent milky aroma.
raw semi-skimmed cow’s milk
Time of maturation
aged semi-hard cheese
How to enjoy
Sprinkled on top of pasta, vegetables, roast potatoes or meat, Pustotnik cheese works as a seasoning, which connects and enriches different flavours. Its piquant taste goes well with sweet food, such as plums, figs, honey and marmalade, as well as with stronger tasting bread, such as rye bread.
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