Draft cheese is sold in containers or barrels containing 80% cheese and 20% brine.
Therefore, the amount of brine contained in cheese containers is insufficient to meet the demand for consumption.
Buying cheese, it should either be consumed directly, or maintained in brine, which must come from the same cheese package. If different brine is used, the flavor and sense of the cheese is affected.
6+1 Reasons to prefer the bottled Almi Brine for your cheese instead of draft brine from cheese tins or barrels
1. MAINTAINS THE ORIGINAL FLAVORS
Without taking tastes and smells from a barrel or other cheese container. The composition, the specific salt coefficient and acidity (PH), makes Almi suitable for all brine cheeses: Feta PDO, goat cheese, cow cheese, etc.
It is not exposed to the environment, is odorless and clear.
No need to carry a container with you and have it filled with draft brine.
4. TIME SAVING
No need to wait in the cheese counter line for draft brine.
The bottle is sealed, so there is no risk of leakage or odors during transport and storage.
You save money maintaining your cheese for longer time. Also, in discount seasons you can purchase larger amounts of cheese and keep it safely.
7. SHELF LIFE – QUANTITY
1 liter of bottled Brine is sufficient for several fillings. Almi needs change when the color becomes intense yellow.
(We recommend the new cheese to be the same as previous one.)
You will find instructions for the correct usage of Almi here