Saturday, July 7, 2018

limburger -

Limburger is a soft textured cheese that uses pasteurized cow's milk in the process of making it. Originally this cheese came from Belgium and was named from Limbourg province. Later in the 19th century Belgian workers introduced this cheese to the Allgau region of Germany. This cheese has a shape like a brick so often called the term "brick cheese".

The most prominent feature of Limburger cheese is its very prominent and strong smell. While the flavor of this cheese is spicy and has a distinctive aroma like the aroma of meat. The color on the inside of this cheese is yellow. Although the texture is quite strong and solid but this cheese can become wet and slimy.