Semi-hard cheeses Germanto „Gouda“ and Germanto „Tilsit“: made for breakfast and lunch menus
GERMANTAS CHEESE FOR EVERY DAY!
Germantas cheese is made with love, from the raw milk of cows!
It contains only four ingredients: : raw milk, starter culture, rennet and salt.
Germantas Classic cheese has a mild flavour and it has already been a great delight for Lithuanians for over 30 years. You can feel its strong flavour notes, but harmonious nonetheless, which unfold after its ripening period of six weeks. Thus, this cheese is best enjoyed when young. The product contains a host of nutrients. This fact can be explained by providing this example: 100 g of semi-hard cheese equals 150 g of a beef or 200 g of trout fillet.
THE GOUDA CHEESE OF GERMANTAS IS RECOGNISED BY INTERNATIONAL EXPERTS.
Semi-hard Gouda cheese is considered as one of the oldest and most popular cheese brands. Historical references were made to it as early as the 12th century. The Lithuanian Germanto Gouda cheese has been produced since 1985. This type of cheese, made from cow’s milk, is characterized by its flexible texture and a strong and rich taste, which can be a perfect match for a salad or a cold sandwich with some fresh vegetables on top. The cheese melts in your mouth, is light yellow in colour, and it has occasional pea-sized holes throughout it that testify to the high quality of the product. A package contains evenly sliced pieces of the product. This advantage is appreciated by people who want to save time when cooking.
A Superior Taste Awards contest took place in Brussels in 2015, where the Germanto Gouda cheese won a Gold Star Award for its taste and quality.
TILSIT MADE BY A FAMILY OF LANDLORDS OF PRUSSIAN-SWISS ORIGIN
Mild and refreshing undertones, fluffy and soft texture, appealing yellow tone, and scattered and irregularly shaped holes throughout it – these are features describing the Tilsit semi-hard cheese of Germantas made by a family of Westphal landlords in the 19th century. It goes well with and improves the taste of snacks, puddings, pancake fillings, hamburgers, burgers and hot sandwiches. A knife is totally unnecessary when you use this young cheese made from cow’s milk in cooking, because the product is already cut into slices of equal width and thickness.