Code: 11201

Žigljen

Hard, mixed cow and sheep milk cheese from Northern Dalmatia

Code: 11201

Žigljen

Hard, mixed cow and sheep milk cheese from Northern Dalmatia
Select the portion of the wheel you want:
full wheel 2.6 kg
half wheel 1.3 kg
quarter 650g
1/8 275g
16.77 EUR
126.35 kn
VAT included in the price

Price per unit : 25.80 EUR/KG (194.39 kn/KG)

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For amounts over € (NaN kn) delivery is free of charge for orders on the territory of Croatia.

For amounts over € (NaN kn) delivery is free of charge for orders in Europe (zones 1, 2, 3 and 4).

Due to the high temperatures, in the period from 7.6 to 15.9., we send shipments with perishable goods in a thermal box, which is charged 7.70 € (58,00 kn)

Delivery Time

Croatia: 3 - 5 working days

EU: up to 7 days

Other: up to 3 weeks

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Product description

Note: cheeses ordered through the webshop are sent by delivery service, in cardboard packaging, in summer months in thermal packaging. All cheeses are vacuum packed (whole wheel, half or quarter).

Milk Type: Sheep/cow
Heat Treatment: Pasteurised
Style: Hard
Region: Dalmatian hinterland
Age: 3 to 6 months
Rennet type: Vegetarian

Taste
Both cow and sheep milk come from the Dalmatian hinterland from carefully selected family farms where natural grasses and hey are used.

Aged for a minimum of 3 months, Zigljen is an excellent and original blend of Dalmatian cow (80%) and sheep (20%) milk. The deep yellow rind gives way to an almost granular texture with an intense and complex taste. Expect a slightly spicy finish and look for a light, but full wine to pair with.

Background
A personal creation of master cheesemaker Ivan Gligora, who in the early days of Sirana Gligora would buy Dalmatian cow milk to mix with Pag sheep milk when he couldn't source enough for the production of Paski sir - thus his first new cheese was born and named after the ferry port from the island to the mainland. Today both the cow and sheep milk come from the Dalmatian hinterland and the recipe and method is much improved. Crowned the Best Mixed Milk Cheese in the World in 2011 at the World Cheese Awards in the UK.