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  • The bouquet is deeply piquant and aromatic to the nose, showing top notes of meadow grasses and alpine herbs. In the mouth, the texture is smooth and slightly granular, turning creamy when chewed. Flavours are rich and tangy, displaying a mixture of honey, caramel, walnuts, herbs, and salt. 
    • Origin: North East Switzerland
    • Milk Source: Cow, Swiss Brown
    • Age: 8 - 12 mths
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    QUANTITY
    Packaging
    Vacuum Packed
    Cheese Paper
    Portions
    A single piece
    Cut into 150g - 200g pieces $2.20
    TOTAL: $48.90
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    D'Alpage - 1kg
    D'Alpage - 1kgD'Alpage - 1kg
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    A strongly flavoured, raw (unpasteurised) milk cheese from the Swiss Alps. The cheese is regularly smeared with a herbal brine, which creates the distinctive “stinky” rind and considerable complexity of flavour and aroma. The rind can be removed before serving, as the aroma can be distracting to those not used to this degree of pungency.

    In appearance, the rind is a ruddy orange colour, while the interior is a dense, pale buttery yellow; with infrequent holes the diameter of chickpeas.

    The bouquet is deeply piquant and aromatic to the nose, showing top notes of meadow grasses and alpine herbs.

    In the mouth, the texture is smooth and slightly granular, turning creamy when chewed.

    Flavours are rich and tangy, displaying a mixture of honey, caramel, walnuts, herbs, and a faint tang of salt. The cheese finishes with a savoury, lingering aftertaste. These aromas and flavours will intensify as the cheese ages.

    Serve with an Oloroso sherry, a Yarra Valley pinot noir, a Margaret River shiraz, or a vintage port.
    Serve with dried fruits, quince paste or use on top of hot pasta dishes or in a Swissadilla

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