Appenzeller

Appenzeller

Appenzeller is a special cheese that is produced exclusively in the north-east of Switzerland. The processing of this cheese starts with the cows. These are mainly grazing in the area around Mount Santïs. This area is rich in nutritious grass that is full of herbs. Because the cows eat this grass, their raw milk has a unique taste. The Appenzeller cheese is produced with this natural and tasty milk.

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Appenzeller

The Appenzeller cheese is one of the oldest cheeses in Switzerland. The cheese was already produced in the Middle Ages, although the cheese was not given the name Appenzeller until much later. The production of Appenzeller cheese is very precise and is seen as a craft in Switzerland. Today, the cheese even holds a protected title. This means that Appenzeller cheese may only be produced in Switzerland. The ripening process of the cheese takes at least three months. During this process, the cheese is treated several times with the so-called Krautersülz. This is a special spice mixture that is mixed with the cheese. The recipe for this spice mixture is kept a secret by the cheesemakers.

The Appenzeller cheese is known for its distinct spicy taste. This taste is in large part due to the spice mixture that is added during the ripening process. Because of its unique taste Appenzeller cheese is very versatile. For example, the cheese tastes great in combination with sweeter flavors such as strawberry jam and Serrano ham. The cheese is therefore often used as a filling for sandwiches and wraps. Because the cheese melts well, it can also be used as a sandwich cheese or as a fondue. Are you going to make a delicious cheese board soon? Then the Appenzeller cheese should not be forgotten. A block of cheese with a spicy taste is a delicious opposite to all those creamy and soft cheeses.