Roaring Forties Blue
Made from pasteurized cow's milk
Country of origin: Australia
Type: semi-soft, artisan
Flavour: full-flavored, nutty, sweet
Producers: King Island Dairy
Alternative spellings: Roaring 40s Blue
Roaring Forties Blue is an Australian cheese from King Island, south of Melbourne. The cheese is named after the infamous Roaring 40's westerly winds that blow directly down the 40°S longitude.
Roaring Forties Cheese is produced by the King Island Dairy. This handcrafted blue cheese is made from cow's milk. The cheese wheels have a sweet flavour and slightly nutty taste. For that, The cheese is matured in a wax coating, which preserves the cheese's moisture and creates a smooth and creamy texture.