Goutu is believed to be originating from Switzerland though it is one of the famous French cheeses made in France. Apart from dairies, it is also produced by many cheese producers in the coastal region of Switzerland.
Made from unpasteurised cow's milk combined with goat's milk, Goutu resembles Emmental and Appenzell variety of cheeses. It has a natural creamy yellow colour and soft and smooth texture. Gout, the semi-soft cheese becomes harder as it ages. Its semi-soft texture while being young makes it ideal to be used on toasts and also in fondues and omelette. The cheese can also be sliced and used in sandwiches.