Oggtt is a dried fermented milk product made and marketed primitively under uncontrolled conditions in the Arabian peninsula. By applying controlled conditions for production, the keeping quality of oggtt was greatly improved. The two types (cooked and salted) were produced from fresh pasteurized goats' or cows' milk or from skim milk powder. Oggtts flavoured with chocolate, date, mint or different fruits were also produced. Chemical composition and organoleptic properties of the final products were evaluated. Taste panel results indicated that the plain products, including those made from reconstituted milk, were acceptable, but flavoured oggtts, with the exception of date flavour, were not popular.