Havarti was created in the 1800's on a Danish farm from which it took its name. Havarti has a light yellow paste and no rind. The Havarti has a mild and butter like flavor when it is young, but as this cheese ages, it becomes saltier andbes of havarti as a stuffing for small rolls or pits of puff pastry dough. It's almost fondue like texture will be a delight to bite into. On its own, or as part of a cheese platter, havarti pairs well with figs, pears and walnuts. If yo u are looking for a
Features & Highlights
- Made from Cow's milk
- Flavor: Mild
- Recommended Wine: Burgundy, Cote de Beaune
- Product of Denmark
- Whole Block
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