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Bursztyn [Amber], Rubin [Ruby] and Szafir [Sapphire] are the true Cheesemaker's Treasures.
The aforementioned products belong to the long-maturing cheese types which are true aristocrats in the world of cheeses.
They are made with the use of traditional methods.

We owe their taste to the best quality milk coming from selected farms located on the meadows of the green Polesie region, the state-of the-art technology, the experience and the recipe developed by the cheesemakers of Radzyń Podlaski.

All these advantages have made Bursztyn [Amber], Rubin [Ruby] and Szafir [Sapphire] become the brands of the Polish long-maturing cheeses which have been appreciated by gourmets, culinary reviewers and the cheesemaking industry.

Bursztyn Cheese (Amber) 8kg/2kg/190g

  • Tender cheese with a spicy note

    Its production process was developed in 2002. Just like the stone from which its name has been derived, its excellence was shaped by time and  nature. It owes its unique taste and flavour to maturing in meticulously controlled conditions for a long time. For 6 months, each circle is continuously cared and manually massaged with a properly selected paste which adds black colour to its rind. 

    Its  interior is firm and slightly tender, with perceptible crystals which increase in number as the maturing period passes by. Its taste comes with a slightly spicy note. 

    Logistic Information

    • Drums
    • Net Weight - approx. 8kg
    • Units per carton - 1
    • Units per pallet - 69
    • Quarters
    • Net Weight - approx. 2kg
    • Units per carton - 2
    • Units per pallet - 184
    • Wedges
    • Net Weight - 190g
    • Units per carton - 8
    • Units per pallet - 1536
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