Castello Dill Havarti Cheese (per 1lb.)

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  • Castello Dill Havarti Cheese (per 1lb.)
  • Dill Havarti Cheese mild, creamy cheese with aromatic dill shoots for a subtle, tangy and fresh flavor.
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Castello Dill Havarti Cheese (per 1lb.)

A creamy, buttery and mild cheese, Castello® Havarti Dill has a subtle and incredibly fresh flavor. Small, aromatic green shoots of dill are distributed throughout the cheese, harmonizing perfectly to create a slightly tangy taste. The distinctive flavor of Castello® Havarti Dill continues to develop more character as it matures. The cheese features a soft and creamy consistency that allows for easy slicing.


Ingredients: Milk, Salt, Dill, Dill flavoring, Lactic acid culture, Rennet

1659 kj400 kcalENERGY
34 gFAT
0.5 gSUGAR
2.2 gSALT

Product of Denmark



A perfect balance of moisture and aridity, these cheeses provide a firm, slightly springy texture with a delicate blend of savory and tangy flavors. Usually dense in consistency, the cheese is often made by compressing curds into a solid, draining them of any remaining whey in the process. Taken directly from their molds, some cheeses (i.e. Gouda, Edam and Jarlsberg) receive a coating of wax, thus avoiding the need for brine. Typically, semi-hard cheeses are aged anywhere between one and six months depending on type.


Having aged less than half a year, semi-hard cheeses are characterized by their relatively mild taste and aroma. Due to the lack of moisture, the fragrance rarely pronounces itself too strongly. Semi-hard cheeses often are characterized by soft touches of hazelnuts and seared butter, along with a diverse lineup of mellow nuances. Semi-hard cheese melts and spreads evenly when grated, with firmer and slightly older cheeses guaranteeing neat slices every time. Opting to grate the cheese yourself delivers a cleaner palate than shop-bought variants, which tend to be a mixture of multiple types.

Often wearing a wax or cloth coating, semi-hard cheeses with natural rinds are edible all the way through, intensifying in flavor towards the exterior.


This gentle Danish cheese is easily recognized by its interspersed holes and near-white interior. Loved for its creamy consistency, it offers a smooth and subtle flavor. As it ages, its profile increasingly resembles that of Cheddar - both in taste and texture.

Pair with a light white wine or a simple pilsner beer.

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