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Try the caciocavallo cheesein Rome, Italy

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The caciocavallo cheese is sweet and spicy at the same time. Every gourmet, travelling to Italy, should taste it.
How to try the caciocavallo cheese in Rome
This chese is made of the cow's milk in the South of Italy. Literally it's name means "horse cheese" because of the way it was cooking and transporting: two parts bound with rope.

Go to any cheese shop in Rome to get a piece of the original or smoked caciocavallo. And don't forget about the wine.

How much?

from €8,50 to €20.

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