I can confirm that, I'm in Denmark. The milk here is so much better than the milk I always drank at home.
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What's different about danish milk though? My ex girlfriend always said that, but I never got the chance to try it (I live in the US, never got the chance to fly out there and visit her).
I can't actually put my finger on it. It tastes a lot richer with a lower fat content. Why, I couldn't say. But if you ever have the chance to go to Denmark, I highly recommend it.