Danish Blue (Denmark)
Danablu, marketed under the trademark Danish Blue Cheese within North America, is a strong, blue-veined cheese. Danablu was invented early in the 20th century by a Danish cheese maker named Marius Boel with the intention of emulating a Roquefort-style cheese. It has a milder flavour characterised by a sharp, salty taste, and is often served crumbled on salads or as a dessert cheese with fruit. In Denmark, it is often served on bread or savoury biscuits crackers.