Gruyere cheese: the essential Swiss cheese

Gruyere cheese: the essential Swiss cheese

What is Gruyère? Gruyère is a firm pale yellow Swiss cheese with few to no “eyes.” It is one of the most well-known cheeses to hail from Switzerland and is named after the Swiss town of Gruyères. In order to produce its notable taste, Gruyère is...
Havarti cheese: it is not rotten in the state of Denmark

Havarti cheese: it is not rotten in the state of Denmark

What is havarti cheese? Havarti is a semi-soft Danish cheese made from cow’s milk.  It originated in Denmark in the mid 19th century by Danish cheesemaker, Hanne Nielsen, who tested out different forms of “curd-washing.” This cheese was named...
Manchego: what you must know about this Spanish cheese

Manchego: what you must know about this Spanish cheese

What is manchego? Manchego is a semi-firm sheep’s milk cheese from the La Mancha region of Spain. It is typically aged from 2 weeks (for fresh manchego) and up to 2 years (for aged manchego) which produces a distinct flavorful cheese. It is soaked in brine...
Gorgonzola: the versatile Italian blue cheese with a tiny kick

Gorgonzola: the versatile Italian blue cheese with a tiny kick

What is gorgonzola? Gorgonzola is a crumbly soft to firm Italian cheese with distinct blue veins. It is produced from whole cow’s or goat’s milk which yields a creamy flavor contrasted by sharp notes. It is usually aged about 2-4 months. Those aged for...
Brie Cheese: get to know this essential soft French cheese

Brie Cheese: get to know this essential soft French cheese

What is brie cheese? Brie is a soft French cheese made of cow’s milk. It’s named after the northeastern district in France (near Paris) where it originated. How to eat brie Because brie soft like butter, it’s often paired with bread as a default....

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