Monsted Cavern from iGourmet
Monsted Cavern is so named because it is aged underground in the Monsted limestone cave in the central part of Denmark's Jutland peninsula. In this cave, a constant temperature of 45ºF and a constant humidity of 95% are naturally maintained year round. This climatic consistency yields an excellent product because the cheese is not subjected to environmental changes during aging. Monsted Cavern has a strong taste, and tickles the roof of your mouth like an aged Cheddar or Swiss. With a flavor all its own, Monsted Cavern is a surprisingly unique and delicious cheese.
In addition to those mentioned in the original article posted here on IBA about the "Buy Danish" campaign, I have posted more information about specific products to look for in your local stores, as well as three sites for shopping for Danish products online.
This is a worthy cause-- let's all make plans buy more Danish Products.
I posted the same at Pedestrian Infidel. I figure it will hit the big time news next week. Funny, 4 months on the web, and has barely made it into the MSM's sight. What does that say about the MSM?
Patrick at Clarity and Resolve has made a .gif that he is asking people to put on their sites.
You can get it here.
Nice job-- Patrick outdid himself! (Btw, he also has some really creative buttons to post on weblog's to link to Clarity & Resolve).
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