I opened the first one of these today at 35 days and think I should have waited a few more days. But that said, it really turned out to taste wonderful. It was less creamy in the center than toward the edges but it was still quite creamy. When I took it out of the fridge it had just a whiff of ammonia but that when away as it warmed up to room temperature. Anyhow, it has a smooth texture with a mild attack and a wonderful, yet rather mild, Limburger aftertaste. As a matter of fact, I like it so much I might try this "mistake" again.
I have a second one of these from the same make that has more B-Linen color and a bit stronger aroma. I'm going to let it ripen for a week or two more and see what happens. But, all-in-all, I'm pretty pleased. I'll let you know what other people have to say about it - both good and bad.