Would you try a new cheese, even if it were red? Scientists have created new forms of cheese after discovering how blue cheese gets its classic look.

UK scientists were able to manipulate the chemical pathway that creates these blue veins in order to make yellow, reddish, and brown cheeses. “We wanted to see if we could develop new strains with new flavors and appearances,” Dr. Paul Dyer said.

Taste test volunteers claimed the reddish and brown cheeses were more “tangy” while the lighter cheeses had a mild flavor. However, scientists suspect the color of the cheese could have influenced their delicious findings. (Study Finds)