In 2002, with the support of the Association of European cooperatives “Longo Mai” in Nizhny Novgorod Khust district Transcarpathian region openeddairy. Here three types of cheeses are produced from cow’s milk using Swiss technology:«Narcissus Карпат», «Khust», “Selissky”. For every hundred liters of milk, ten kilograms of cheese are made. Local cheesemakers were trained in Switzerland, where they gained practical experience, which allowed them to produce cheeses of European level.
Zeliska dairy is first and foremost a social project that helps the village to develop gradually. Milk is accepted both from residents of the Lower Village and from surrounding villages. Treatment facilities were built to clean the cheese factory’s effluents. A water supply system was also constructed with spring water, which originates from a spring on the outskirts of the village. This crystal clear water is used not only by the cheese factory, but also by the villagers.
In the cheese factory are held excursions with tasting.The tour lasts up to one hour and flows smoothly into the tasting of three types of cheeses, namely:
“Seliski”, which is a soft cheese similar to the famous Swiss cheese “monk’s Head”. This cheese has a pronounced pleasant smell and taste, a dense yellow consistency;
“Hust” is also a soft white cheese with a sweet and spicy taste and a pronounced aroma;
“Narcissus of the Carpathians” is a semi-hard cheese with a bitter-spicy taste. This cheese is a bit like the famous “Gruer”.
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