Comté Cheese is sometimes called the "king of mountain cheeses". This cheese from the French Jura is related to the Swiss Gruyère and is therefore also called Gruyère de Comté.
A Comté wheel is produced from 500 liters of raw milk from the Montbéliarde cattle breed. These large cheeses, for example, were intended to have a long shelf life during the harsh winters in France.
The special taste that makes the Comté so recognizable comes from the special herbs and grasses that the cows encounter on the grassland of the Jura. Nutty and grassy with a creamy character. Perfect as a processed cheese in fondue, for example.
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