Salemville Amish Blue
Made from cow's milk
Country of origin: United States
Type: semi-soft, artisan, blue-veined
Flavour: creamy, earthy
Aroma: earthy, rich
Producers: DCI Cheese Company, Inc
Synonyms: Salemville Reserve
Salemville Amish Blue is a blue-veined cheese made by The Salemville Cheese Cooperative in collaboration with Amish community located in Cambria, Wisconsin, US. Farmer certified rBGH free cheese, made from hand-milked cow milk is popular for its quality and flavour. This beautifully veined cheese is rich in calcium and contains no preservatives. A semi-hard textured cheese is rich and earthy in flavour. The cheese is perfect in salad dressing, dips, pasta, omelets, crepes. Accompany Amish Blue with Stout, Scotch, Pinot Noir, Burgundy. The cheese has won many awards including 1st place at 2013 Wisconsin State Fair, 2nd place at 2011 American Cheese Society and 2008 World Championship Cheese Contest.
Salemville Reserve is another variety of Salemville Amish Blue. It is an extra-aged Amish blue cheese which has rich and creamy texture and a delightfully piquant flavour.