Limburger 8 oz
The Chalet Cheese Co-op has been making cheese under the Landhaus name since 1885. Though the recipe has origins in Belgium, immigrants kept up the tradition on this side of the pond in a consistent, authentic way. The little bricks have an infamous stink, but a surprisingly mellow flavor. An overwhelming amount of cream first enters the palate, then grassy notes and the hint of white mushroom linger. A more aged Limburger is better a better spreader, creating a paste that is buttery with just the hint of tanginess. An ice cold Belgian ale and some crispy rye crackers is exactly what this Limburger needs.