Sicilian Food: Ragusano PDO cheese

Come to Ragusa, in Sicily, to taste Ragusano PDO cheese. What is it like? Where does it come from? How is it made? It is a unique local cheese, produced in a very accurate way: it is even scanned on x-ray to avoid air bubbles inside! Ragusano cheese smells of honey, fresh mushroom, grass, alcohol with a fruity aroma, apple... And then?

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