Vacherin Fribourgeois

This semi-soft Swiss cheese from the Bulle, Fribourg, and Jura regions of Switzerland has a straw-colored interior with a buttery texture. This hard-to-find cheese is only produced by a limited number of artisanal cheesemakers. Vacherin Fribourgeois bears the coveted Swiss AOP seal and is available in six different varieties, including Classic, Extra, Rustic, Alpage, Mountain, and Organic, each having aged for a certain amount of time. Used as a table cheese, in fondues, or simply for cooking, this washed-rind cheese has a nutty flavor and, naturally, a stinky aroma.

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