Westmalle Abdij cheese
Westmalle Abdij is an unpasteurised, semi-hard, trappist, cows' milk cheese produced at Westmalle Abbey in the Campine region of the province of Antwerp in Belgium). The milk comes from the abbey's own herd of cows.
The curds are washed and pressed in rectangular moulds. The cheeses are then immersed un brine to add flavour and to help with preservation. They are matured for 4 weeks at a temperature of between 13 and 15°C and sold at the abbey gate. It has limited production.
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