Jarlsberg is variant of a relatively new cheese type, “Goutaler” cheeses, inspired both by Gouda (for its smooth texture) and Emmenthaler (for its flavor). Modeled after Emmenthaler, Jarlsberg is produced through less labor-intensive and time-consuming methods; it is aged for a briefer period, and is moister as a result. Other Goutaler cheeses include Alpsberg and Felsberg from Germany, and Leerdamer from the Netherlands.
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