Asiago has a sweet, mild flavor when young, then develops a piquant flavor when aged. The longer the cheese has aged, the firmer its texture and stronger its flavor. Asiago cheese is traditionally produced in specialized groups of local dairies that provide premium quality, alpine grass-fed cow’s milk. A young Asiago makes a great snack when paired with fruit, while an older Asiago can be grated over pasta or salads.
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