Alp Blossom is almost too beautiful to eat…almost. Golden with festive dashes of periwinkle, the Alpine wheel’s breathtaking rind is coated in herbs and flowers including cornflower, lavender, marjoram, lovage, and chervil. Even its pale yellow paste, with widespread holes, is a pleasure to look at. With flavors of Biscoff cookies, savory herbs, and rose petals, you’ll be glad to give in to this cheese. Alp Blossom is reminiscent of Gruyère: nutty, a bit beefy, and with savory hits from the rind—but its herbaceous smell and pastoral sweetness are all its own.