***Must eat within 24hour that We Make It. Not upon receipt***
***Keep refrigerated. And serve at room temperature***
***Best to eat on the day you plan to eat it instead of overnight***
Heavenly, creamy, delicate is the soft fresh Italian cheese that dreams are made of, and once tried, it will leave you with little doubt as to why it is crowned the queen of Italian cheeses.
Our Burrata is made using the traditional method, with natural cultures. The inside of the Burrata consists of strachiatella (striated string cheese) which will slowly digest the cream inside, so if it's eaten more than 24 hours after making, it'll slowly develop umami flavor.
And we absolutely use No Preservatives, Additives, Colouring.
What is Burrata?
Take the most exquisite mozzarella you have ever tried and imagine tearing it open with a fork (or even better, pulling it apart with your hands), and the smooth white outer skin revealing an oozing soft and creamy interior: the perfect combination of stracciatella cheese mozzarella the root of whose name, and fresh cream.
What does Burrata Mean?
Translated from Italian, burrata literally means buttery, a clue to the delicious melt in your mouth heart that awaits inside the pillowy exterior!
Where is Burrata From?
Burrata originally hails from the city of Andria in Murgia, in the Puglia region of Southern Italy, where it was first made around 100 years ago and is still made by hand with just three simple ingredients: cows milk, rennet, and cream.
Burrata is made from an outer shell of mozzarella made from cow's milk or water buffalo milk and filled with fresh cream and curds. Individual burrata is often sold wrapped in a green asphodel leaf. Its creamy texture is the greatest difference from mozzarella, which oozes out when sliced.