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|Country of origin||Switzerland|
|Source of milk||thermized cows' milk cheese|
|Aging time||3 months or more|
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The cheese is straw-colored, with tiny holes and a golden rind. It has a strong smell and a nutty or fruity flavor, which can range from mild to tangy, depending on how long it is aged. Three types are sold:
- "Classic". Aged three to four months, mildly spicy. The wheels are wrapped in a silver label.
- "Surchoix". Aged four to six months, strongly spicy. Gold label.
- "Extra". Aged six months or longer, extra spicy. Black label.
- Brined cheese – Cheese that is matured in a solution of brine
- List of cheeses – A list of cheeses by place of origin
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