Appenzeller Black - Extra
This cheese is one of the best-known and spiciest cheeses in Switzerland. This has everything to do with the secret spice mixture. This mixture is regularly rubbed onto the cheese by hand during the ripening period. The Appenzeller Extra can be recognized by the black-gold label.
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Appenzeller Extra is a delicious spicy Swiss cheese with a strong aroma. The cheese owes this aroma to the intensive ripening period of 6 months and the addition of the secret spice mixture.
Appenzeller cheese is loved worldwide. It is undoubtedly one of the best-known and spiciest cheeses in Switzerland. Appenzeller has unique cheeses in its range. Each cheese is regularly rubbed by hand with a secret spice mixture during the intensive ripening period. This gives the cheese its unique, spicy taste. Appenzeller Black Extra is aged to perfection for 6 months.
Fat 45+, raw cow's milk, animal rennet, starter, salt, spice mixture
Your Appenzeller Black – Extra is freshly cut and vacuum-packaged!
The hard structure of Swiss cheese makes it perfectly suitable for sending by post.
Appenzeller Extra is a Swiss cheese with a strong, spicy taste. This makes the cheese delicious to enjoy pure. For instance, you can cut the cheese into cubes perfectly. Add them to a cheese board in combination with tasty fresh fruit and nuts. Serve a white or red wine to make it complete.
|Dimension whole cheese||+/- 29 cm Ø x 8 cm H|
|Flavor strength||Very Piquant|
|Nutritional information||per 100 grams|
|Saturated fat (gr)||19|
|Type of milk||Cow|
|Type of rennet||Abomasal rennet|
|May contain traces of peanuts.||Yes|
|Edible cheese rind||Yes|
|Limited shelf life||No|
|Made of Meadow Milk||Meadow milk comes from farms where the cows are free to roam in meadows for at least 120 days each year, from Springtime through to the Autumn, and for at least 6 hours a day.|