Daryl Lindsey
November 28, 2016 4:31 pm
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Not all cheese is created equal.

A Norweigan cheesemaker reigned supreme at 2016’s World Cheese Awards (which we didn’t know existed, but now totally need to attend) earning the title of best cheese in the world.

Hundreds of judges tasted more than 3,000 samples from 31 countries (all that cheese sounds like a dream btw), but only one could prevail: a blue cheese named Kraftkar from Norwegian cheesemaker Tingvollost.

First of all, where can we apply for the international-cheese-competition-judge job?

Second of all, when can we buy this world-champion dairy product in the United States? As of right now, it looks to be only available in Norway.

We’re proud for you, Tingvollost. We definitely added tasting the world’s best cheese to our bucket list.

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