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A smooth, buttery cheese with a hint of tanginess. It's one of Denmarks most famous cheeses. With its mild taste, it is loved by children straight through to adults. It can be enjoyed sliced with fresh fruit and light, white wines, a perfect table cheese. Havarti can also be grilled onto bread or used for grilled sandwiches for a milder, buttery flavour. 

buttery chardonnay, riesling, sauvignon blanc, beaujolais or an on-the-lighter-side pinot noir

Wine/Beer pairings

Sight: Tiny holes throughout the paste, white in colour


Touch: semi-soft, firm, creamy 


Smell: buttery and milky 


Taste: Creamy, slightly tangy, slightly sweet and mild in flavour 


Goes well with: Sweet fresh fruits like pears, figs and honeysweet crisp apple. Raspberry jam, honey and crunchy fresh bread


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