The European Cheese Flavor Collection
Today’s adventurous consumers appreciate sophisticated, global tastes. Give them just the right slice of flavor with the Edlong European Cheese Flavor Collection.
Choose from a cheese board of favorites, including Brie, Camembert, Comté, Edam, Emmental, Feta, Goat, Gorgonzola, Gouda and Gruyere, to create authentic, premium taste at a fraction of the cost of artisanal cheese. You’ll also produce a consistent profile time after time, and meet stability and functional requirements for a range of applications, including side dishes, sauces, snacks, baked goods, seasonings and more. All flavors are natural, Kosher Pareve, non-GMO, Halal-certifiable and Whole Foods® compliant.
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European Cheese Flavor Collection Profiles
Nicknamed the “Queen of Cheeses,” this soft cow’s milk cheese comes from a historic region in northern France. Pale in color, it has a grayish tinge under a white rind. Profiles include musty, mushroom, animal, earthy, rindy, buttery and creamy.
Often compared to brie, this soft, creamy cow’s milk cheese has less milk fat, a deeper yellowish inside color and an intense, savory, umami flavor that can be characterized as creamy, buttery, animal, musty, earthy and mushroom.
A semi-hard mountain cheese from eastern France, ripened in caves for 4-24 months. Known for its brown-butter and roasted nut aromas, and sweet finish. Edlong offers a range of profiles including creamy, lipolytic, savory, salty, fruity and aged.
A pale yellow Dutch cheese. Baby Edam is soft with a mild, slightly nutty taste, which can also be described as fruity, savory, lipolytic, creamy, yeasty and mild. Aged Edam has a drier, saltier more complex flavor and is perfect for grating.
An unpasteurized hard cheese made from cow’s milk, produced in central Switzerland. Known for its walnut-sized holes and fruity flavor, aficionados appreciate its savory, fruity, nutty, earthy, soapy, sour and musty attributes.
A classic Greek curd cheese made from sheep, goat or cow’s milk. Known for its bold, tangy flavor, its texture can range from firm to crumbly. Find the precise profile you need for your application, with notes including goaty, sour, butyric, cheese and animal.
Also known as chèvre, the French word for “goat.” This pure white delicacy has a full, rich, creamy, tangy flavor that can range from delicate and mild, to pungent. Attributes include animal, goaty, sour, milky, creamy, fresh and buttery.
For centuries, this marbled cow’s milk cheese has been produced in Gorgonzola, Milan. It can be buttery and firm or crumbly and salty, depending on its age. Notes include ketone, cheese, creamy, fruity, green, musty and savory.
Pronounced “how-da” in its Dutch city of origin. Has rich, savory, yeasty, nutty, creamy, earthy, salty, brothy and animal notes. Excellent grated, sliced, cubed or melted, served as a table or dessert cheese.
This traditional Swiss, hard cheese is creamy and nutty when young, and earthy and complex with age. Distinctive but not overpowering, it is often used for baking. Additional Edlong profiles include savory, musty, fruity, butter and animal.
The European Cheese Flavor Collection Can Be Used In
Use our concentrated European cheese flavors in these and other dairy product applications:
- Cheese spreads
- Cheese Powders & Blends
- Processed cheeses & fillings
- Analog Cheeses
Use our concentrated European cheese flavors in these and other dip & sauce applications:
- Salad Dressing
- Cheese Dips
- Cheese sauces
- Fillings (e.g. pasta, snacks)
- Condiments & Spreads
Use our concentrated European cheese flavors in these and other seasoning applications:
- Corn Curls
- Snack nuts
Use our concentrated European cheese flavors in these and other soup & side applications:
- Rice Blends
- Soups (wet and dry blends)
Use our concentrated European cheese flavors in these and other bakery applications:
- Savory pastries