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Latteria Soresina Burro Soresina Latte Panna - Italy

This one might win for Italian butter with the longest name.

Latteria Soresina does a great job of making butters in the Po river valley in northern Italy. The area is an Alpine drainage basin, with all the wonderful pasture and river ways that go with it. Ideal for pasturing animals, Latteria Soresina takes advantage of its local terrain and produces some very good Italian butter.

For the record, 'panna' means cream! (Panna Cotta means 'cooked cream')

The company also takes sustainability and environmentally responsible farming practices seriously and takes the effort to showcase their efforts in the region.

Use your powers for good, people!


Latteria Soresina Burro Soresina Latte Panna Butter Appreciation

Butter Break Down

Appreciation Date: August 7, 2022

Country of Origin: Italy

Purchase State: Fresh

Milk: Cow, pasteurised

Salt Content: None

Milk Fat Content: 82%

Ingredients: Not Listed

Packaging Type: Paper

Company Website:

Butter Evaluation

In which we discuss Latteria Soresina's Latte Panna butter.

The colour is slightly more creamy and yellow than other Italian butters which is a nice variation. It's quite glossy and firm at room temperature and a medium gloss on the inside.

But ooh, this brand does do an excellent job of churning their butters to get a great texture! Like its counterpart, it has a wonderfully satisfying texture, akin to soft fudge or stiff frosting and it is a DELIGHT to spread thickly on bread.

The aroma has a slight packaging infringement (like the other) but this one is slightly milkier and thus it really doesn't impact the experience much - especially since the texture is so rich!

As with the other, the mouthfeel of this one is substantial and indulgent. It's a rich, clean fat with a slight dairy kick on the palate. It clears the mouth well with lingering milk on the palate.

A truly indulgent and enjoyable experience!

Final Rundown

This is a sensory delight to enjoy! Latteria Soresina does an incredible job of churning butters and especially if you enjoy very clean, discrete butters, this will be heaven for you!

Colour: Creamy white

Aroma: Barely milky

Taste: Milky with unctuous textures


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