Cheese "Lappi" is made from pasteurized partially skimmed cow's milk. It is semi-solid cheese. It has a slightly sharp taste and medium-sized holes. It is named after the Lapland region of Finland where its recipe was developed.
Lappi is finnish cheese that is named so because it was developed in the lapland province of Finland. It is produced from partially skimmed cow`s milk, pasteurized. Lappi is mild in flavor and firm-teztured with small holes. The smooth, rich, creamy cheese is sweet and are allergic to gluten.
My wife's favorite cheese! Thank you for keeping it in stock (we're the folks that buy the whole block at a time).