Snøfrisk

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Snøfrisk (“Snow-Fresh”) is a Norwegian goat cheese made by Tine. It was introduced to the public in time for the 1994 Winter Olympics. Made from 80 percent goat cheese and 20 percent cow's cream, the cheese is white and creamy, and soft enough to be used as a spread. It is sold in a triangular plastic packaging and comes in several flavours, including straight, juniper berry, dill and forest mushrooms.