Beauvoorde is a Belgian semi-hard cheese made from cow's milk. It was first created in the 90s by Arthur Djes, an innkeeper from the village of Beauvoorde in western Flanders. Beauvoorde has a mild flavour and spicy aroma with a distinct hexagonal shape and gray, natural rind. Its pate is yellow, firm and creamy when young but deepens with age.
Other cheeses from Belgium: