Limburger, first introduced in Belgium, was made in the Liege region and sold in Limburg. The Germans began making Limburger and later naturalized it, making themselves the sole producers in Europe. This assertive cheese complemented their taste for highly-flavored game and meats. Today, a single cheese plant in Monroe, Wisconsin, produces all the surface-ripened Limburger made in the United States. This famous “stinky” cheese has a pungent, strong aroma.
Weight: 8 oz.
20 in stock
Food Safety Notice: Food safety and protecting your perishable products are our main priority. If the temperature is 55 degrees or over, we strongly encourage an insulated shipping box. Click the red button below to add our cool shield shipper to your cart. If you don’t purchase an insulated shipping box, we and the couriers ARE NOT liable for spoilage that may happen during transit.