Since 1885, Ammerland has maintained its reputation as one of Germanys largest independent dairies while creating the high quality products that the Ammerlander region is renowned for. Their delicious Swiss cheese, with the classic, distinctive nutty flavor and smooth texture comes alive in these conveniently shaped loaves. Made with creamy cows milk and aged in an extremely controlled environment, Ammerland Swiss cheese retains the consistently delectable taste of Swiss cheese.
It has a round shape with smooth, pink to deep orange, slightly sticky, natural rind. Raclette has a pleasant, nutty, sweet and fruity flavor. The flavor will intensify as this elastic cheese is melted. Raclette is produced in several cantons north of the Alps, and is guaranteed free of additives as it is made in accordance with its original recipe. It is not only a cheese but also a national Swiss dish (Yum!). A full fat, smooth melting cheese with a washed rind. The paste is ivory in color, the flavor is mellow and slightly acidic. The cheese becomes more aromatic with maturity
Matured to perfection, Cave Aged Emmental is a special taste experience! Unlike traditional Emmental (also known as Swiss cheese), this one has a dark brown rind and a unique, nutty, full-flavored taste. Made in massive 200 pound wheels from pure, unpasteurized cow`s milk, this special `Swiss` is aged for at least twelve months in sandstone caves deep below the Santenberg in the Canton of Lucerne. Using ancient techniques, a constant temperature and humidity can be achieved in the caves all year round, ensuring perfect development of every cheese .
This 10 month aged Gruyère is sweet but slightly salty, with a flavor that varies widely with age. It is often described as creamy and nutty when young, becoming with age more assertive, earthy, and complex. When fully aged (five months to a year) it tends to have small holes and cracks which impart a slightly grainy mouthfeel.
Gruyere is still made in village dairies using knowledge that has been handed down through generations, and of course through training that cheesemakers now undergo. With a slightly sweet yet meaty flavor, Gruyere is smooth and creamy when young, and develops a more earthy and complex flavor as it ages.