Danish Blue is a soft blue cheese was inspired by Roquefort, with a strong aroma and a sharp and a little salty taste. It's ideal for cooking, or add it to crackers or salads, and you can buy it everywhere.
Another traditional Danish blue cheese made from cow's milk is Mycella, which is made on the beautiful Baltic island of Bornholm .Due to its semi-soft consistency and its mild, slightly salty taste with a smoky tone, it is often referred to as "Danish Gorgonzola". Mycella goes well on a cheese platter or in salads.
8. Blue cornflower
Behind the wonderful name Blue Cornflower is a creamy, spreadable blue cheese with a mild, slightly salty and aromatic taste. The cheese is white to yellowish with a few holes and is made from pasteurised cow's milk. It has its origin in North Jutland. Look out for "Blå Kornblomst" in the Danish supermarket - you can enjoy it both with brunch and on the cheese platter with wines with a matching sweetness.