Saturday, July 7, 2018

esrom -

Esrom is a cheese from a Danish country made with pasteurized pasteurized milk. This cheese comes from the island of Seeland in Denmark.

The name of the cheese is taken from the name of an ancient monastery and is protected by the Stresa Convention. For a long time this cheese was produced in Esrom monastery on the island and then this cheese was forgotten. This cheese-making recipe was later rediscovered and developed by the Danish Cheese Institute in 1951.

Esrom Cheese has a rectangular shape weighing 7 ounces to 2 kilograms. The inside of this cheese is pale yellow and very soft with small, irregular holes. The skin of Esrom cheese is very thin and colored like straw. In Denmark, this cheese is consumed along with bread, tomatoes, and cucumbers.