Product Description & Reviews
Havarti was created in the 1800's on a Danish farm from which it took its name. Havarti with dill has a light yellow paste sprinkled with the small green bits of herbs that add an herbaceous quality to the creamy cheese. The Havarti has be used in pressed sandwiches in creamy soups and sauces. As an appetizer, try using cubes of havarti as a stuffing for small rolls or pits of puff pastry dough. On its own, or as part of a cheese platter, havarti pairs well with figs, p ears and walnuts. If you are looking for a wine pairing, opt for a lighter wine of either color, something without a strong oak taste.
Features & Highlights
- Made from Cow's milk
- Flavor: Mild
- Recommended Wine: Burgundy, Cote de Beaune
- Product of Denmark
- Whole Block
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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 aMade