Originally named after the town of Tilsit (now in Russia), this cheese was made in the ways of Gouda. It is recognizably different by its brick-shape.  The interior is butter-yellow, springy and sliceable.  Dependant on age and producer, it ranges from mild and sweet-savoury to strong and meaty.

How to Enjoy:

Goes extremely well on your favorite sandwich and equally great with scrambled eggs at breakfast or otherwise. For snacking, serve with a German beer or if preferred, a white Reisling or fruity red of choice.


  • Milk Cow
  • Country Germany
  • Region All Over
  • Type Semi-Soft

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