Jarlsberg is a mild, buttery, nutty cheese with a mild, rubbery-textured mild-aged cheese. It’s commonly available in Norway, the United States, Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom, where it was born. Jarlsberg can be purchased as wedges, slices, or shreds and is typically served on cheese boards, deli trays, and sandwiches. Special to the Courier Press: Aimee Blume Jarlsberg is a Norwegian cheese that resembles Baby Swiss. Serve it on a Reuben or wherever else you’d want to eat Swiss.