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Lappi

Lappi is Finnish cheese that is named so because it was developed in the Lapland province of Finland. It is produced from partially skimmed cow's milk, making it nearly identical to Swiss cheese, except that the milk is pasteurised. In addition, the cheese is mild in flavour and firm-textured with small holes. The smooth, rich, creamy cheese is sweet to taste and preferred by those who like mild tasting cheeses and are allergic to gluten.

Lappi works well in fondues, adds flavour to smoked turkey and goes well with a dessert wine such as a Riesling.

  • Made from pasteurized cow's milk
  • Country of origin: Finland
  • Region: Lapland
  • Family: Swiss Cheese
  • Type: semi-soft
  • Texture: creamy, firm, open and smooth
  • Rind: rindless
  • Colour: yellow
  • Flavour: mild, sweet
  • Vegetarian: no

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