German Viennese Cheese Krainer 冰鮮芝士豬肉腸 500g

Regular price $57.00

The standard late night snack after a few drinks in Vienna has to be a Käsekrainer at one of the many würstelständer in the city. Although the Käserkrainer is particularly loved by the Viennese, it has broader historical connections. This is because it was actually ‘invented’ by two butchers from Upper Austria in the 1960s, who originally called in Kasermandl in reference to the cheese but also to some local Tirolean musicians with that name who perfectly captured the gritty, rustic nature of the sausage.


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