Buholzer Brothers™ Muenster Cheese
Muenster is an orange rind cheese originating from Frances Alsace Region. American type Muenster Cheese was originally made by European immigrants who started producing it in Wisconsin in the late 1880s. Muenster is a semi-firm cheese that is yellowish in color. It features a creamy texture that just gets creamier with age. Young Muenster is mild in flavor and becomes slightly pungent when aged. Think of Muenster Cheese as comfort food with luxury leanings.
Buholzer Brothers™ Cheese
Klondike Cheese Co. is very well known for its Muenster, Brick, Havarti and Dill Havarti. The Muenster and Brick alike are both very rich and flavorful. What sets it apart from others is the texture that comes with age. The Havarti and Dill Havarti is a creamy and indulgent cheese great for both fondues, snacking, or the holidays. These consistent Award Winners are their reputation have built tremendous volume.