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Danablu PGI, Denmark

Developed in the 1920s by Danish cheesemaker Marius Boel, Danablu PGI is crafted using only Danish cow's milk, drawing on the country's rich dairy tradition.

The cheese is aged for a minimum of eight weeks, allowing it to develop its characteristic flavor profile. Buttery, salty, and with a hint of tang, Danablu PGI offers a pleasant complexity that intensifies slightly with age. 

Listen to the podcast to learn how to enjoy Danablu PGI    - crumbled on salads, melted over juicy steaks, or paired with something sweet like honey, cherries, or dark chocolate for a delicious after-dinner treat.