₨950.00 – ₨3,800.00
Havarti has a buttery aroma and can be somewhat sharp in the stronger varieties, much like Swiss cheese. The taste is buttery, and from somewhat sweet to very sweet, and it is slightly acidic. It is typically aged about three months, though when the cheese is older, it becomes more salty and tastes like hazelnut. Havarti is an excellent source of protein, contributing approximately 15 percent or more of recommended dietary allowance of this nutrient per serving for people on a 2,000-calorie-per-day diet. Similarly, this cheese also contains at least 15 percent of the RDA of calcium and is also an adequate source of vitamin A. To enjoy the benefits of Havarti without also reaping negative consequences, remember to eat it in moderation and possibly decrease your saturated fat and sodium intake from other foods for that day.
The creamy cheese flavor is mainly contributed to the fact that it is a cheese cleaned with rind. Apart from being creamy, the Havarti cheese can also be pale yellow in color with a fine texture and flavor that is almost like that of butter. If you are looking for cheese with less flavor unlike the Emmentaler and Gouda cheeses, then this is just what you need .