Like to say a big warm welcome to the new students starting today at Lexis Noosa!
We have Erwan and Tania from France, Natalia D, Marc D, Victor, Natalia G and Ana from Spain, Shoko from Japan, Marc K from Germany, Gyeongmok and Hyun Kyo from Korea, Loane from Sweden, Rebecca from Italy and Pascal, Jolanda, Quentin, Florian, Maxime, Lena and Lea from Switzerland.
What a beautiful way to start the weekend than with a Cheese Tasting session.
Our lucky Lexis Noosa students were able to try 5 different types cheeses from our region and see how it compares to their countries.
Cheese Number One:
JINDI TRIPLE CREAM BRIE
As a dessert cheese, the Jindi Triple Cream is very rich and full flavoured. Its butter-like texture melts in your mouth and the taste lingers for some time. Beneath the white mould bloom lies a glorious golden interior.
Cheese Number Two:
TRILOGY CLUB CHEDDAR
This trilogy club cheese takes vintage cheddar and pairs it with Mediterranean-inspired ingredients like summery herbs and sundried tomatoes. Just one nibble will have you hooked. The South Cape Trilogy range includes 3 cheeses, each cleverly combined with a selection of unique flavours.
Cheese Number Three:
KING ISLAND BLUE CHEESE
Blue vein cheese is a unique category of mould ripened cheese as it ripens from the interior, as opposed to the exterior (like soft white cheese). Blue vein has a strong tangy flavour, a pungent aroma and a smooth and creamy texture.
Cheese Number Four:
MERSEY VALLEY CHEDDAR
Mersey Valley is Australia’s best loved vintage club cheddar! Mersey Valley vintage club cheddar was created over 35 years ago. Mersey Valley Classic has an extra strong bite, which is balanced with a crumbly melt-in your mouth texture. Mersey Valley Classic is a very versatile cheese that is perfect for a platter, as a snacking cheese or for use in cooking.
TASMANIAN HERITAGE CAMAMBERT
Tasmanian Heritage Camembert has a wonderfully satisfying smooth, mild and delicate flavour. Its rind has a dense, even white mould covering, with a slight mushroom aroma, revealing a silky yet firm and pale centre.
Hope you had a cheese-tastic afternoon trying the beautiful cheeses from Australia 🙂