Danish Blue

Danish Blue has a very sharp and salty taste.

Danish Blue

Name: Danish Blue

Country Of Origin: Denmark

Region: Produced all over Denmark

Milk Type: Cow’s Milk

Pasteurised/Unpasteurised: Pasteurised milk

Style: Blue

Rennet Type: Animal Rennet


Danish Blue has a very sharp and salty taste.



Ideal if you like sharp and salty flavours. Often compared to Roquefort, the Danish variant is a semi-soft creamy cheese made from cow’s milk. Try it crumbled on a salad or served on your cheese-board with a few slices of pear. Or just do as the Danes do and spread it over some bread or crackers for a quick treat at supper time.


Pairing Recommendations

Internationally Danish Blue is often served crumbled on salads or as a dessert cheese with fruit, but the Danish way of eating it is on bread or biscuits.





World Cheese Awards 2012 

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