The Dolomitenkönig (King of the Dolomites) is made exclusively from the fresh cow milk from the Pustertal Valley in the Dolomites. The cheese takes its name from King Laurin, the dwarf king of the Rosengarten. The Dolomitenkönig is encased by a solid, slightly rough rind. The inside of the cheese goes from bright yellow to pale yellow and presents round holes, which have the size of cherries or walnuts. The consistency on the palate is compact, but still soft and smooth. The smell of the cheese is complex, though it tends towards slightly sweet and nutty notes. If the cheese is aged for longer, then this will enhance its nutty flavour.
Nutritional information for 100 g/ml