Pecorino is a hard Italian sheep milk cheese revered for its creamy, firm texture and robust sophisticated taste. The tradition of making pecorino dates back to at least the year zero when it was a delicacy for Roman noblemen. The name Pecorino comes from “pecora,” the Italian word for sheep
Pecorino is artisanal, aged hard cheese made from RAW sheep’s milk. The name “pecorino” means “of sheep” in Italian.
It comes in a variety of flavors determined by its age. Aged Pecorino referred to as “stagionato,” is hard and crumbly in texture
with a buttery and nutty flavor.
185g, 180g, 190g, 165g, 170g, 145g