Review of Snofrisk Cheese
Let me say first that I am a big fan of goat cheese. And Snofrisk is one of my favorites.
Snofrisk is a creamy goat cheese from Norway. Actually it is 80 percent goat’s milk and 20 percent cow’s cream. Needless to say, that 20 percent cow’s cream makes this a creamy cheese. When it comes to the taste, however, it is definitely a goat cheese. I don’t know how many times I have bought a mixture of goat’s and cow’s milk cheeses and the taste of the goat cheese has been watered down. Mild cheeses, that is. A goat
to me is not a true goat cheese. The texture and taste is more like a cow’s
cheese. There is no mistaking Snofrisk for such. The taste is strong and the
texture, while creamy, is that of a goat cheese.
I usually eat Snofrisk spread on a hard French baguette or a good crisp cracker, followed by an equally good port, usually a 10-year Offley or a 20-year Cockburn port. While my port is not the cheapest, this goat cheese is inexpensive.
Snofrisk is readily available at my local Whole Life Food store.