Traditionally, Raclette Cheese comes from Switzerland. Swiss Raclette is a semi-hard Alpine cow's milk cheese. It has a firm, smooth, and creamy texture, is ivory-pale yellow in colour with small irregular holes, and has an edible orange-brown rind. The flavour of Raclette will vary slightly depending on the region in which it's produced, but it generally has a floral aroma and is nutty, fruity, spicy, and milky in flavour.
Raclette's flavour is created by using high-quality milk, preferably from grass-fed cows, and special bacterial strains that create lactic acid and secondary metabolic flavour products. It does not undergo a propionic acid fermentation and therefore has no or few small holes.
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