Kalimpong is an Indian cheese named after the eponymous city in West Bengal. It is believed that the first version of this cheese was made by Brother Abraham, who was a parish priest in Sikkim. The unripened Kalimpong has a semi-smooth edible rind, slightly acidic flavor, and a crumbly texture which makes it great for salads or sandwiches with tomatoes and eggs. When ripened, Kalimpong’s flavor is often compared to aged Gouda, and it is recommended to pair it with grapes and cheese biscuits. Prepared on order: Shipped in 3-4 weeks. A product of PUDUNG FARM & MACHINES.