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Milk & Cheese Bar Opens in Istria

Milk & Cheese Bar (photo: Latus)

Milk & Cheese Bar (photo: Latus)

Recently there have been a number of new places up around Croatia. Craft Beer Bars, Wine & Cheese bars and now if you are in the Istria area you can visit a new Milk & Cheese Bar…

Well known Istrian dairy producers, the Latus family, have this month opened a Milk & Cheese Bar near Žminj, just south of Pazin in Istria. Visitors to the bar will be able to enjoy their locally produced products.

(photo: Latus)

(photo: Latus)

The small family business have been operating for 15 years, with a number of their products winning various awards over the years. Latus products include the high-quality hard cheese Veli Jože, Istrian cheese, the semi-hard Latufino cheese with truffles, mixed sheep and cow cheese Mišadur, and Žminjski cheese, which is a semi-hard cheese with no crust that ripens in a vacuum bag which is ideal for melting.


The Milk & Cheese Bar also offers daily fresh milk, cottage cheese, yoghurts, sour cream, fresh and whey. All products are manufactured from 100% Istrian milk.


You can visit their website for more info here.

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