Quick Overview :
Dense and granular with gritty spires of crystallized proteins. The flavor symphony apt for a royal court.
Country of Origin: Italy
Milk Type/Treatment: Raw Cow
Rennet Type: Traditional
The Flavor Experience
A complex, granular bite that feels like pyrotechnic particles of sweet onion grass, cashew, pineapple and lactic acid on your tongue. The dense paste is pierced with spires of crystallized amino acids which interlude the harmony of sweet and savory notes.
Parmigiano Reggiano is nursed to perfection by master producers, affineurs and graders. Raw grass-fed cow’s milk is transformed into one of the most essential cooking ingredients on the planet with the utmost care and precision over the span of its 24-month production. Made in copper cauldrons, partially-skimmed morning milk and whole evening milk is formed into 75-85 pound cylinders. After 12 months, each wheel is hand-inspected by a master grader from Il Consorzio del Formaggio Parmigiano Reggiano and if it adheres to their measures of quality (which include being tested for distinctive tonal ranges with a hammer!), its rind is branded with the consortium’s insignia. Parmigiano’s dynamically aromatic and texturally complex character owes itself to its molecular composition. It develops its characteristic amino acid crystallization during aging as proteins breakdown and its fragrant notes of umami and the Mediterranean Sea are owed to its high level of the amino acid glutamate. Revered through history, Parmigiano holds its throne as the King of Cheese.
Pair Parmigiano to your heart’s content; its complex flavor profile complements nearly everything. Douse with an aged Aceto Balsamico di Modena; pair with onion garlic jam and Prosecco; shave onto a summer salad; infuse soup broth with its aromatic rind; or ignite an entire wheel with brandy and serve pasta out of it!
Straight From the Monger’s Mouth
I've had others, Di Brunos is the best out there
Posted by RJ Monte on 10th Jan 2018
I'm not sure how Di Bruno Bros. does it but their Parmigiano Reggiano is absolutely the best you will find. I've purchased Parmigiano from my local market, cut right from an Italian imported wheel and it does not compare to Di Bruno Bros. Living in Texas I always order a Kilo knowing when it is shipped it will be packed correctly and cold on arrival. These guys are so good they help up my shipment so it would not sit idle over the weekend in a UPS facility toasting in the summer heat. They even called me to notify me of this, now that is customer service. Trust me, buy a Kilo and you will never look for the King of Cheese anywhere else.
The king of cheese
Posted by email@example.com on 25th Dec 2017
What more is needed to be said.
Truly the King of Cheese
Posted by Tom on 20th Jul 2016
The best Parmigiano you will ever taste. Can't beat the price. Congrats DiBruno!!
best cheese , best price
Posted by Unknown on 21st Apr 2016
high quality product