Gruyère de Grotte is a Swiss firm cheese that is yellow in colour. The name Gruyère comes from the town, Gruyères, in Switzerland. This cheese is usually aged in caves, hence "de Grotte", for a minimum of six months and is made fully from whole cows milk. This cheese also features very small few holes which is common in most swiss cheeses. 

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Gruyère cheese is made by many different producers however the main area of Switzerland that this is made in is western Switzerland in the town that the cheese is named after, Gruyères. They still use the traditional recipes today meaning they're keeping the taste of the cheese the same. They also have an average of 26 cows in each herd allowing them to build a relationship with the cows.

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