@donasmrs-- Danish blue cheese is actually not as moldy as some of its counterparts. It's mild in comparison to Gorgonzola for example.
If anyone is going to start eating blue cheese, I think that Danish blue cheese is a good place to start. I love that it's creamy and semi-soft unlike crumbly blue cheeses and it's relatively low in fat.
If you get a chance to buy Danish blue cheese again, please give it a try. Have it fresh bread, crackers or fruit like berries. I don't think you will be disappointed.