Radamer is the first Polish cheese with holes, produced by Spomlek dairy. Made from cow's milk from Polesie region, the cheese combines elements of both Dutch and Swiss tradition, and it's easily distinguishable by its cherry-sized eyes (holes) that are dispersed throughout the pale yellow paste. The flavors are nutty and sweet, and the cheese is sold in wheels, quarters, bricks, and slices. There is also a smoked version of Radamer. Interestingly, Radamer is the most awarded Polish cheese.