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Alma Krauterschatz

Krauterschatz is German for “herbal treasure.”



“This delicious cows’ milk cheese by Austrian cheese company Alma surely fits that bill, packaged with a coating of eight dried, organic “alpine” herbs.

I noticed the cheese at Sam’s and bought a wedge when I saw it was made from raw milk, which is a good sign the cheese will be of great quality.

It is. As a matter of fact, it took home the Best of Class award in at the Flavored Semi-Soft Cheese category at the Wisconsin-based World champion cheese contest in 2010, with a score of 99.8…”

full review via Whole milk cheese multilayered, fruity » Standard-Times.


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