Esrom’s delicate, aromatic flavour is best served in the company of fresh crusty bread and good wine. The nuances of flavour unfold properly and they are not drowned out by noisy accompaniments.
Esrom is also an exciting choice on a cheese board or a cheese platter with cheese in portions.
What should you drink with Esrom?
Choose an intense, dry white wine, for example a New World Chardonnay. Or, if you prefer red wine, a powerful, mature Amarone or Rhône. Brown Ale is also a perfect match.
Always remove Esrom from the fridge 1 hour before it is to be eaten to allow its flavour and aroma to unfold.