Even the most devoted cheese lovers would struggle to try all of the distinct cheeses available because there are so many of them.
This is due to the fact that many cheeses are only found in a few nations or areas of the world. For instance, the powdered parmesan you buy at your neighbourhood Walmart is not authentic parmesan.
Only 330 dairies produce authentic Parmigiano-Reggiano, and severe requirements must be satisfied, according to The Washington Post.
Similar to Brie, Brie Noir is exclusively produced in a tiny area of Europe and is a darker form of Brie that is aged up to two years. The bitter cousin of Brie resides in Seine-et-Marne, France, and getting there is practically impossible.
But what if there was a cheese that could only be found on a single farm, not only in a particular region? In the case of moose cheese, a farm in Sweden is the sole manufacturer of this delicacy.
According to Atlas Obscura, four types of cheese are produced from moose milk at The Elk House, or lgens Hus in Swedish, in Bjurholm, Sweden. These cheeses include "a soft, white-mold variety similar to Camembert; a creamy blue cheese; a dried blue cheese; and feta," and the expensive price tag of this cheese is due to the scarcity of the milk.
Even if you don't like to spend money on cheese, you can still enjoy a tour of the farm. The farm enjoys hosting visitors, and it provides guided tours that let you interact with its moose, go to its museum, and see an educational slide show.
You may enjoy their fresh, creamy cheeses at their on-site café along with heartier fare like moose stew.
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