Switzerland, The World of Chocolate & Cheese

Switzerland is a country known for its panoramic view with its snow-covered mountain tops and painting like rivers and lakes. But the country is not only known for that but also for its chocolate. Come on let’s dive into Switzerland: Land of Chocolate and Cheese that you absolutely must taste if you ever visit Switzerland.

Lindt & Sprüngli

If you’re a chocolate fanatic you must’ve definitely come across the brand Lindt chocolate. Its a premium chocolate invented by a Swiss man named Rodolphe Lindt in 1879. If you’re more interested in the history and process of making chocolate while enjoying unlimited chocolate fountains you can visit Lindt-Home of Chocolate Museum.

Cailler Chocolate

If you’re looking for another chocolate that is a Swiss favorite yet quite underrated. Look no further than Cailler Chocolate Factory located in Broc, Switzerland. Not only do you get to see the chocolate-making process here, but they also offer various other activities here such as workshops where you can learn to make your own chocolate as well as outdoor games and other activities. Make sure you buy tons of chocolates to enjoy during the rest of your trip as well as a sweet souvenir.

Emmentaler

If you’re visiting the Swiss and do not try their cheese it’s almost a crime. Named from the Emme Valley, Emmentaler has been made here from raw cow milk since the 12th century. It’s also one of the most recognizable cheeses in the world because of its large “eyes” which develop during maturation. These cheeses aren’t overly salty or sharp in flavor making it highly palatable for worldwide audiences and travelers.

Le Gruyère

Arguably the most famous Swiss cheese, Le Gruyère is constantly imitated, leading consumers to often mistake the generic, alpine-style cheese found on supermarket shelves. However, if you’re visiting Switzerland make a visit to La Maison du Gruyère not only you get to taste the authenthic Le Gruyère from the the “Restaurant de La Maison du Gruyère but also learn the cheese-making process at the museum there.

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