Cheesy listening: study says tunes change Emmental's taste | Inquirer Lifestyle
This picture taken on March 14, 2019 shows a round of cheese that has been matured for 6 month with hip hop music, on the final day of an experiment conducted by the University of the Arts in Berthoud, in the Emmental region, central Switzerland. - Beat Wampfler, a Swiss veterinarian by day, but consumate apron-wearing cheese enthusiast at night, has embarked on an experiment to test the impact of music on Emmental. Since last September, the cheeses have each been blasted with sonic masterpieces from the likes of rock gods Led Zeppelin or hip-hop legends A Tribe Called Quest to techno beats, ambient choirs and Mozart's classic Magic Flute. A jury of expert tasted the cheeses on March 14, 2019 and the tasty winner the cheese matured with the hip-hop album. (Photo by Fabrice COFFRINI / AFP)

Cheesy listening: study says tunes change Emmental’s taste

Hip-hop is music to the ears of Switzerland's most famous cheese