Scamorza is a relatively ancient cheese that can be considered a less refined variant of the more noble Caciocavallo. It closely resembles a fiordilatte in which the cheese has absorbed less water, until a product is formed that is more compact and keeps for longer.
Moreish and flavoursome, our scamorza, also in its smoked or Molisano truffle-infused variants, comes in a range of shapes all modelled by hand: from small Bocconcini to gourd-shaped Scamorze, from soft Ciambelle to fragrant Trecce. A source of authentic goodness is at your fingertips. You can taste them as they are, accompanied by a piece of fresh or toasted bread, or also as a complement to ham or mushrooms.