Schärdinger Bergbaron is a mild and fine cheese which is manufactured in Upper Austrias region Innviertel. The cheese has a slight sweet and nuttily flavour. Schärdinger Bergbaron exists since 30 years. Before such kind of cheese was known as “Mild Emmentaler”. The makers of the Bergbaron claim that this cheese is best to gratin. So I used that thing for my toast this morning.
The wrapping of Bergbaron.
My toast scalloped with Schärdinger Bergbaron.
Schärdinger Traungold cheese has a mild and nutty flavour. Traungold is also labeled as the “gold nugget” of Austrias cheese assortment. The cheese is manufactured in Upper Austrias Innviertel province. The taste is also slightly sweet and has a lot of broken holes in his character.
Fine and mild is also written on the package.
You see, a lot of broken holes in this kind of cheese.
I used Schärdinger Traungold as the cheese for my toast in the morning. I can’t say I was unhappy about it. I think I will buy Schärdinger Traungold more often in the future.
Schärdinger Schlossdamer Cheese is manufactured in the Styrian town of Voitsberg. The cheese has different holes and a very mild and slight sweet taste. The slices of the cheese are quite thick, but maybe that is the way is used to be.
Schärdinger Schlossdamer Cheese: the cheese for savourers who love it a bit mild.
I tried this cheese on a bread with butter and ham.