Lappi is a cheese made from partially skimmed cow's milk, very similar to Emmental except that it is pasteurized, and so is a little less bold, with smaller holes and a slightly firmer texture. It is so named because its recipe was developed in the Lapland region of Finland.
Lappi works well in fondues, great on sandwiches like smoked turkey, beef, salami or ham. Can be used as a substitute for mozzarella in lasagna and pizzas. Pairs well with dessert wines or Riesling.