Lapland Cheese is the oldest and most well-known gourmet cheese in Finland and originally it was produced in northern and western parts of the country. The most common way is to serve the cheese with another Lapland’s specialty - the cloudberry jam. The nickname “squeaky cheese” comes from the sound that you hear while chewing the cheese. Funnily enough, treading icy snow underfoot makes this same squeaky sound.
Lapland Food has carefully maintained the hundred years old traditional recipe and developed the modern enjoyable Lapland Cheese product serving it with many different wild arctic berries such as cloudberry, bilberry and buckthorn. In addition, what make the Lapland Cheese so unique are its secret arctic components, special herbs and microbes.
The roots of family owned Lapland Food are also deep in northern soil like Lapland Cheese itself. There have been the cheese makers across the generations in the family and the skill of cheese making has passed from parents to children. Therefore Lapland Food’s Lapland Cheese team has special knowledge in the fields of research, production technologies and marketing. Their priority is to offer to the consumers the best possible arctic experience with Lapland Cheese and unique jams.
By ;Chef Nicholas Anderson for www.culinaryglobetrotter.com