This fresh cheese is made from milk from cows grazing every day on Frisian grounds. But this cheese also flirts with the Swiss alps, giving it a nice and smoot flavour. Tynjetaler is an award-winning farm cheese, mature and with a creamy and slightly sweet taste to it.
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Tynjetaler is a farm cheese, produced in the Northern Dutch provice of Friesland. This fresh cheese is made from milk from cows grazing every day on Frisian grounds. But this cheese also flirts with the Swiss alps, giving it a nice and smoot flavour. Tynjetaler is an award-winning farm cheese, mature and with a creamy and slightly sweet taste to it. Leaving a pleasant, slightly pithy aftertaste on your tongue. It is an excellent cheese to put on your bread, but can also be eaten well just the way it is.
From cheese platter to fondue
This farmers cheese is very suitable for a nice cheese platter with a range of different cheeses, where the soft flavour comes into its own. With a nice full and creamy character, the Tynjetaler cheese forms a very good basis for a cheese fondue. Enjoy the melted cheese with bread, meat or vegetables and a nice glass of white wine.
Fat 50+ , pasteurised cow's milk, rennet, salt, vitamins A, B and D
Your cheese is freshly cut and vacuum-packaged!
The hard structure of Tynjetaler Cheese makes it perfectly suitable for sending by post. This is an orginal Tynjetaler Cheese
|Dimension whole cheese||+/- 37 cm Ø x 11 cm H|
|Nutritional information||per 100 grams|
|Saturated fat (gr)||25.2|
|Type of milk||Cow|
|Type of rennet||Abomasal rennet|
|May contain traces of peanuts.||Yes|
|Edible cheese rind||No|
|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.|