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7th Cheese Festival at ENEA
6.02.2018 20:34
7th Cheese Festival at ENEA

On February 10-11, 2018 dozens of Russia’s best cheese makers will get together under a huge tented roof near the "House of Crafts" at the ENEA.


The 7th Cheese Festival will present a full range of hard and semi-hard, soft and pickle cheeses - from camembert, cheddar, parmesan and roquefort to brynza, ricotta, gorgonzola, mozzarella and cachotte.


In addition to the classical types and brands of cheese, visitors will be introduced to other, lesser-known and very unusual ones - from Drunken Goat Cheese and rare Kabardian to caraway and garlic cheese.


Visitors will have a chance to taste and buy their favorite products, as well as participate in gastronomic master classes and a prize draw of a cheese basket.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Moscow Festivals in Moscow Cheese Festival ENEA  

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