Munster cheese is made from cow's milk, mainly in the Lorraine and Alsace region of France. With a slightly salty flavour, this French cheese is a suttle, melting cheese with a fairly pronounced taste. Munster cheese is considered to be a strong cheese, which is true for its smell but less for its taste.
Country of origin: France
Region, town: Vosges, Haut-Rhin, Bas-Rhin
Source of milk: Cow’s Milk
Texture: Creamy, Smooth and Sticky
Flavour: Savory, Tangy
Aging time: Minimum 5 weeks
Serving suggestion: Munster cheese is great on a piece of bread. Some like it with cumin. You can make a full meal of it too, with potatoes and salad. You can use for Tartiflette too.
Wine Pairing: Munster cheese goes well with a Pinot, or a Gewurtztraminer (Wine from Alsace)