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Rosa Camuna
Country of originItaly
RegionVal Camonica (Lombardy)
Source of milkCow
Texturesemi-hard paste
Weight1.3 to 2 kg
Aging time30 to 45 days
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Rosa Camuna (Lombard: Roeusa Camuna) is an Italian mild semi-hard paste cheese made with partially skimmed cow's milk. Its shape and name come from the Camunian rose of Val Camonica where the cheese is produced. It has an ivory white color inside with uniformly spaced tiny eyes, and a soft bloomy rind. It has a mild taste and melts very well.[1]


  1. ^ Rosa Camuna at (in Italian)