Leipäjuusto is a traditional Finnish fresh cheese. Originally made at home from the milk of a cow which has recently birthed a calf, leipäjuusto is now produced comercially with normal milk. Some claim that the flavor of the modern product is not as rich as that of traditional stuff, but since I have never tasted the old-time version, I am unable to verify this.
Leipäjuusto by Mäkiahon Juustola Oy
Leipäjuusto has traditionally been served as is, or as an accompaniment to coffee. A more recent serving variation is to warm it up with either fresh cloudberries or cloudberry jam. It also works well in salads as an alternative to feta-type cheese.