Tête de Moine AOP cheese dairies

Cheese is no longer produced at Bellelay abbey in the Bernese Jura. However, visitors can, by appointment, see the historic show-dairy where the celebrated Tête de Moine was once made. The visit can also include a tour, led by a knowledgeable guide, of the impressive abbey church, as well as a... more

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Everyone loves chocolate

Happiness that you can eat.

Switzerland is chocolate heaven. Swiss chocolatiers invented milk chocolate – and made it into the most... more
Everyone loves chocolate
Appenzeller® Show Dairy

Appenzeller® Show Dairy

The life of the farmers and cheese makers of Appenzell is in many respects still governed by ancient traditions. At the Appenzell cheese dairy in... more

Tête de Moine AOP cheese dairies

Cheese is no longer produced at Bellelay abbey in the Bernese Jura. However, visitors can, by appointment, see the historic show-dairy where the celebrated Tête de Moine was once made. The visit can also include a tour, led by a knowledgeable guide, of the impressive abbey church, as well as a cheese tasting – reservations required.

Everyone loves chocolate

Happiness that you can eat.

Switzerland is chocolate heaven. Swiss chocolatiers invented milk chocolate – and made it into the most popular sweet treat in the world. It’s no surprise that Switzerland tops the world in chocolate consumption.

Sweet dreams.

“Nine out of ten people like chocolate. The tenth is lying.” (Graffiti scrawled on a wall ). Every Swiss child would agree: their favourite afternoon snack has always been bread and chocolate. During the more than 400 years since Columbus became the first European to see cocoa beans, Switzerland has come to the forefront of chocolate manufacturing worldwide.

Everyone loves chocolate

Appenzeller® Show Dairy

The life of the farmers and cheese makers of Appenzell is in many respects still governed by ancient traditions. At the Appenzell cheese dairy in Stein, you can watch the cheese makers up close and see age-old customs and the latest technology come together in a fascinating mixture of the traditional and the modern.

The live of Appenzell farmers and alpine dairymen has always been marked by a variety of ancient traditions.