Alta Badia

Hard cheese

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The strong-flavored hard cheese known as "Alta Badia" is as original as the Dolomite valley it is named after, where the spoken language is Ladin. It’s wrapped in a firm, dry, rustic rind. The cheese paste is straw-colored and comes without holes. The consistency on the palate is short and solid, but still smooth and melting. The taste of the cheese is intense and complex, and shows notes of milky, toasted but also potato flavors. The "Alta Badia" has one of the longest aging processes of the Mila cheese varieties.

Nutritional facts

Nutritional information for 100 g/ml 100 ml
Energy 1626 kJ / 392 kcal
Fat 32 g
of which saturates 23 g
of which lactose <0,1 g
Protein 26 g
Salt 1.8 g

How to enjoy it?

In combination with dark breads, with potatoes and cured ham.



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Stuffed ham rolls with "Alta Badia"

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Radicchio dumplings with bacon crumble

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Spaetzle with cheese, bacon and walnuts

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Tagliatelle with porcini mushrooms and "Alta Badia" Fonduta

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Risotto with colorful cauliflower and “Alta Badia”

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Cheese fondue

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Cheese rolls with "Alta Badia"

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