The Stinking Beauty

Munster, or the "The Stinking Beauty" as the English call it, is made in Alsace from the milk of Vosgienne cows. The cows eat a variety of mountain herbs, such as blueberries and red fescue, which contributes so the cheese’s unique flavour. Another flavour dimension comes from washing the cheese in a Gewurztraminer-enriched brine as it matures. Don’t be put off by the smell, as the taste and creamy texture are sublime. 


Goes great with
  • Red Wine
  • Onion
  • Salat

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