Bulgarian yogurt is world famous. True. But sadly some years ago the true authentic taste and the traditional recipes that used to be passed down from one generation to the next got lost somewhere in the dairy factories. What we had in stores were bad imitations of the once creamy, healthy and tasty Bulgarian yogurt. So […]
This is the basic ingredient of all our delicious and healthy dairy products that are enjoyed so much both by kids and grown-ups. We try to take good care of this irreplaceable source of valuable proteins, minerals, fats, acids, etc. How do we do this? We process our milk as little as possible. It is 100% […]
We spent a long time searching for the right recipe and developing the craftsmanship to get the desired smoothness, texture and flavor.
Ayran is something everyone in Bulgaria enjoys, but some like it sweet, some like it salty, some like it diluted, others – thicker. We are happy to say that our traditional ayran suits even the most pretentious tastes. Once you’ve had a sip, you will smile approvingly and raise your glass for more. Do we […]
We translate our traditional Bulgarian white brined cow’s cheese as “sirene” as it is called in Bulgarian. Why so? Because we consider it to be a variety of its own, just like parmesan, mozarella, gruyere, brie, camembert, etc. Its closest relative is the Greek feta. Mildly salty, creamy, crumbly but sliceable. Harmonica organic sirene is […]
Our beautiful organic milk meets organic apricot jam. The result is an aromatic yogurt drink, perfect for those endless summer afternoons of play.
Our beautiful organic milk meets organic raspberry jam. The result is an aromatic yogurt drink, perfect for those endless summer afternoons of play. This time we’ve included a broader company of beneficial bacteria, not just those most popular ones we put in our yogurt (Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Streptococcus thermophilus). We’ve added three more strains: Lactobacillus rhamnosus; […]
If you are a foreigner you might think of Bulgarian traditional kashkaval as something like what you call yellow cheese, but not that good. But once you’ve tried it, you would realize how wrong you were. We translate this product from the yellow cheese family as “kashkaval”, as it is called in Bulgarian. Why so? […]