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What are some good Tasty Cheeses in Australia?
“Tasty” cheese in Australia, is the most common available block cheese.
It isn’t a brand name, although some might think it is.
It appears to be a descriptive name, to show it is tasty rather then mild.
Does anyone know what the “Mild” cheese tastes like?
How tasty is “Tasty” cheese? We all have different levels of taste. Impossible to speak for everyone.
After many years in Australia, I have acclimatised to “Tasty” cheese.
At least until recently.
After trying the following “Sharp” cheeses, I now need Branston Pickle with the remainder of my “Extra Tasty” cheese, to give it some taste.
Dairyworks Extra Sharp Cheddar Cheese is a semi hard, rindless, cured cheese with a firm smooth body. It has a distinctive, piquant, strong flavour.
This cheese has some taste.
Dairyworks Extra Sharp Cheddar Cheese is normally $16.67 per kg, in the 180g block.
It tastes similar, in my opinion, to the Cracker Barrel Block Extra Sharp. Which is normally $20.60 per kg, in the 500g block.
Other Cracker Barrel cheeses:
Cracker Barrel Special Reserve, normally $27.20 per kg, in the 250g block.
Cracker Barrel Block Extra Sharp, normally $24.00 per kg, in the 250g block.
I have not tried the Dairyworks Tasty, as I assume it has a similar low taste to most other “Tasty” cheeses in Australia.
Dairyworks Tasty Cheese is normally $13.00 per kg, in the 500g block.
Dairyworks Tasty Cheese is normally $14.29 per kg, in the 210g block.
Cracker Barrel Australia
“Tasty” cheese can be bought for as little as $10 per kg, in 500g blocks.