Beautifully balanced in taste, Burrata is a perfect blend of contrasting textures working together to create a landscape of soothing delights. From the outside, it could be mistaken for fresh mozzarella.
But its soft shell wraps around a creamy center, that delivers a clash of sensations and a buttery consistency unlike any other. When cut open, the creamy interior is revealed as it slowly seeps from the center like rich cream. Mild, smooth and fresh, Burrata seduces with its unique profile and delicate palate.
Spun by artisans in the heel of Italy, Burrata is produced locally using fresh milk from buffalos that graze on the plateaus of Apulia.
Lush pastures dotted between the coast and mainland provide rich forage for grazing cattle, resulting in wholesome and full-bodied milk for the creameries.
Made and enjoyed fresh, no aging or maturing is needed to produce Burrata. No additives, preservatives or artificial fillers go into making the cheese, ensuring a clean and gluten-free experience.
Try also the smoked burrata, where the smoking flavour enhances the creaminess even more. Best if served slightly warmed.
And do not forget truffle flavoured burrata, which combines two beloved flavors of Italian cuisine, for a very gourmet taste experience.
Serve fresh Burrata at room temperature by removing it from refrigeration at least half an hour before serving. Enjoy it beside ripe tomatoes, basil and crusty bread with a light drizzle of olive oil, or let it add contrast to ripe berries, honeydew melon and grilled figs.
You can also use it to top pasta or risotto and dare to combine burrata with meat or fish, too, because its unique taste can make any dish unforgettable.