This is the "stinky" cheese. This pasteurized cow's milk cheese has a tangy, creamy flavor with an incredibly pungent aroma. This perfume, which is caused by bacteria living in the rind, indicates a strong tasting cheese. However, Limburger is actually fairly tame, especially when you trim the rind. It is best when served with plenty of cold beer. In this part of New York, it is served on rye bread with leeks or red onions! Yummy!!
Ingredients: Pasteurized whole milk, contains less than 2% of cheese cultures, salt, calcium chloride, enzymes.