4-10 cloves per head
Very tight, durable heads
This Italian variety boasts a delicious, spicy flavor when raw and a rich, sweet, and caramelly one when roasted. Its bright-white bulbs have a hint of pink and brown on the clove skins, and its large cloves are easy to peel. This porcelain-type garlic takes its name from Al Music, who brought it to Canada in the 1980s from his Italian homeland. It prefers cold climates but can adapt to warmer climates if not exposed to early-summer drought or heat stress. Hardneck, 4-10 cloves per bulb.